Surveillance Tactics in the U.S.
Peter Moore discussed domestic surveillance in the U.S. and measures that can be taken to protect your privacy. The proliferation of… read more
Peter Moore discussed domestic surveillance in the U.S. and measures that can be taken to protect your privacy. The proliferation of public surveillance from red-light cameras to wiretaps have sparked concerns over personal privacy being infringed upon by the government. Also discussed were cities with the most and least surveillance. Viewer questions were taken via telephone and electronic devices.
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