Wednesday, July 28, 2010

More on recording the police

From abc news, a summary of cases and views from around the US.

A snippet:
"Police and governmental recording of citizens is becoming more pervasive and to say that government can record you but you can't record, it speaks volumes about the mentality of people in government," Rocah said. "It's supposed to be the other way around: They work for us; we don't work for them."
Hat tip: Charlie Brown

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