In Washington State, the federally-funded predictive cloud-based software PREDPOL will be assisting police departments in Tacoma and Seattle. PREDPOL utilizes mathematical algorithms based on five years of sociological data on citizens such as criminal behavior and records
The ACLU inquired about “targeted killings” and “the putative legal basis for carrying out targeted killings; any restrictions on those who may be targeted; any civilian casualties; any geographic limits on the program; the number of targeted killings that the agency has carried out.”
Yes, you read that right. The U.S. Senate is actually considering an assassination court for U.S. citizens.
Police in Tacoma, Wash. will soon be receiving federally-funded cloud-based crime prediction software known as PREDPOL, short for predictive policing.
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