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How to Identify Visible (and Invisible) Surveillance at Protests

New York City Police Department Surveillance Technology

Minneapolis Police Can Use Facial Recognition And License Plates Readers To Identify Protesters

Amazon’s Ring Planned Neighborhood “Watch Lists” Built on Facial Recognition

Baltimore Defense Attorneys Claim Surveillance Plane Footage Contradicts Law Enforcement Account Of Police Shooting

Is Big Brother Coming to St. Louis?

Persistent Surveillance Systems Pitches Aerial Monitoring To Stop St. Louis Crime

Race, Crime and Surveillance: Why St. Louis’ Real Time Crime Center protects businesses before people

Renewed effort to regulate surveillance cameras gets underway at St. Louis City Hall

Secret Users Of Clearview AI’s Facial Recognition Dragnet

St. Louis aldermen considering new crime fighting tool, aerial reconnaissance flights

St. Louis Mayor Krewson And Aldermen Eye Surveillance Policies

Surveillance economy: More Americans now realize the threat

The Captured City

Apple and Google detail bold and ambitious plan to track COVID-19 at scale

Coronavirus: An EU approach for efficient contact tracing

The Coronavirus Crisis: Patrolling Hearts and Minds?

This is what it will take to get us back outside

What Are My Privacy Rights as a Remote Worker?

Ring sued over claims the company failed to deliver on security

Big Bezos is watching you

Google, Clayton-based Ascension ink deal to gather health data of millions of Americans

DMVs Are Selling Your Data to Private Investigators

Eye in the sky: the billionaires funding a surveillance project above Baltimore

Eye in the Sky

St. Louis being considered as test market for new aerial crime surveillance technology

As police weigh surveillance program, private company at helm looks to court private clients

Baltimore Aerial Surveillance Program Retained Data Despite 45-Day Privacy Policy Limit

Amazon's Ring camera raises congressional concern about civil liberties

Fight for the Future, the digital rights advocacy group, is calling for a nationwide ban on government use of facial recognition.

Amazon Is Coaching Cops on How to Obtain Surveillance Footage Without a Warrant

Pentagon testing mass surveillance balloons across the US

US Cities Are Helping People Buy Amazon Surveillance Cameras Using Taxpayer Money

Police Leverage Civilian Home Cameras as ‘Force Multiplier’

Shaw Neighborhood group launches a pilot private camera registration initiative

A New Age of Warfare: How Internet Mercenaries Do Battle for Authoritarian Governments

DEA never checked if its bulk surveillance data was legal

San Diego cops release streetlight spy cam rules

Surveillance Links from the Archive

Body cameras helped convict ex-cop Roy Oliver in Jordan Edwards’ murder

Police are illegally giving personal location data to ICE, says ACLU

Aldermen debate grassroots-led bill on surveillance technology

KC-area police use Neighbors app to track criminal activity

Cambridge, MA Joins Growing Ranks of Cities Requiring Civilian Control of Police Surveillance Tech