Here’s a Map of the Surveillance Tech Police Are Using to Track You
An abundance of reporting has confirmed that you’re not paranoid, Minority Report was nonfiction, and face paint isn’t just an art project. We hear about how law enforcement can match our faces with photos scraped from our social media profiles and monitor us through neighbors’ doorbells. The near-weekly updates send a shiver down our spine, and we file them away along with too many instances to rattle off in a blog post. Usually, it’s up to privacy advocates to track this constant surveillance take the violations to court.
A new surveillance tracking map has been released, highlighting the tech tools used by police in the US. Whitney Kimball analyzes the map and wonders where this tech is headed.