Everything you think you know about the new Mass tolls is wrong
Even though it has been 18 years since digital tolling debuted on the Pike, there is still not even a data retention policy.
Last time the surveillance agencies were actually confronted on their assertion that mass surveillance had helped, the agencies’ claims shriveled under scrutiny like an ice-cream in the sun
You’d be better off using divination sticks than relying on TV to find out what’s going on regarding these matters, so we keep track of it all. Here’s a brief overview of this year’s surveillance-related news in the Commonwealth.
It’s never easy criticizing vigilant Big Brother while the crime scene is still bloody.
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.
Help us inventory the surveillance cameras in Greater Boston
Mainstream tools have looked the other way, the entire time enabling our police state to metastasize, batons to crack, and thousands of surveillance cameras to scan both cars and crowds in spite of ongoing attempts to outlaw the recording of cops.
Only a fool would get their news on these intensely granular issues from traditional news sources ...
From the Olympics to police brutality, the Hub reporters should piggyback more independent research and ideas