On June 19, 2018, the Boston City Council held a hearing “regarding the usage of surveillance equipment in the City of Boston.” BKC fellow Ben Green shared his testimony during one of the hearing’s two panels.
It is urgent that Boston develop policies that comprehensively account for what surveillance means today. Failing to account for today’s realities of surveillance — and the forms of surveillance most likely to become possible in the future — will render a surveillance ordinance impotent.
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