by d.johnson | Feb 19, 2013 | Civil Liberties Watch, slider
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
by d.johnson | Oct 29, 2012 | Civil Liberties Watch
“Good evening sir, you’re looking quite suspicious today. Would you like a( 30 days in jail b( psychological counseling for your “dislike of government” or c( an interrogation with an FBI agent about a crime you might eventually commit?”
by d.johnson | Aug 12, 2012 | Civil Liberties Watch
The NYPD has unveiled a new police state toy, the “Domain Awareness System.” This system syncs all information from the over 3,000 security cameras in the city and allows police to instantly view any criminal records of a person under surveillance.