We need lawmakers to intervene. A Congressional hearing will help to expose Amazon’s invasive data harvesting practices and restrict it from acting as a paid informant for the surveillance state.
For now, the BPD wants to help officers more quickly locate and access footage. However, if the program expands beyond its small introduction—about 13 locations, according to BPD records—it could develop into a centralized surveillance network.
The guards at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts are up in arms about proposed changes to their jobs
It’s laughable to think that Massachusetts doesn’t maintain such data, especially considering the amount of other information that authorities here collect on us.