Want to fight your ticket? Welcome to mayor’s court, where your accuser is also your judge.
Some agencies don't even know ways their employees are using facial recognition.
The House of Representatives gave the agency $2 billion in additional funding.
People have only official assurances that the technology isn’t being used to invade their privacy.
The surveillance state is available as a plug-and-play solution for any cop interested in a free trial period.
Predictive policing lets authorities add a science-y gloss to hammering people who rub them the wrong way.
Defeating surveillance is a powerful argument for covering your face.
With many of the city's entertainment options shut down, protesting has become a form of nightlife.
The problem isn’t just that cops look like occupying soldiers, it’s that too many think and act like them.
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The local police department says "a garage sale/yard sale is not an essential business and should not be open for business."
Apparently, conservatives believe in states' rights, except when they don't.
As governments and law enforcement agencies rush to incorporate facial recognition tech, California lawmakers have a chance to slam on the brakes.
A Pregnant Woman in Alabama Was Shot in the Stomach and Miscarried. Now, Alabama Cops Are Charging Her With Manslaughter.
What the hell is going on with this state?
An NYPD Superior Reacted to Eric Garner's Death by Texting 'Not a Big Deal.' And That's Completely Unsurprising.
For five years, the NYPD, its apologists, and even Mayor Bill de Blasio have absolved cops of their role in Eric Garner's death.
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Also suspicious: Recording police behavior.