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Police Officer Discretion in the Use of Body Worn Cameras

If officers are not going to be required to record all public encounters, what should a policy stipulate?

By Jay Stanley
February 2, 2015

What Should We Think About Big Data That Aims to Help People?

A data analytics company collects

By Jay Stanley
January 29, 2015

DEA Planned to Monitor Gun Show Attendees With License Plate Readers, New Emails Reveal

The Drug Enforcement Administration and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives collaborated on plans to m

By Jay Stanley, Bennett Stein
January 27, 2015

Christie Use of Tollbooth Data and Why Location Privacy Must Be Protected

David Sirota of the International Business Times

By Jay Stanley
January 16, 2015

Should Officers Be Permitted to View Body Camera Footage Before Writing Their Reports?

Update below

By Jay Stanley, Peter Bibring
January 13, 2015

Why Has the ACLU Hired an Internet Infrastructure Technologist?

Last March, I started working as a technologist for the ACLU's Speech, Privacy, and Technology project.

By Daniel Kahn Gillmor
December 19, 2014

Police Need to Make Body-Camera Policies Transparent

Body cameras are a hot topic these days in the wake of the Ferguson and Eric Garner controversies, as well as President Ob

By Sonia Roubini
December 18, 2014

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