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San Francisco Supervisors Must Rein In SFPD’s Abuse of Surveillance Cameras

plainte - 14 octobre 2020

lire sur le site originel >>> (Electronic Frontier Foundation)

Black, white, or indigenous ; well-resourced or indigent ; San Francisco residents should be free to assemble and protest without fear of police surveillance technology or retribution. That should include Black-led protesters of San Francisco who took to the streets in solidarity and protest, understanding that though George Floyd and Breonna Taylor were not neighbors in the most literal sense, their deaths resulted from police violence and racism experienced across geographic and (...)



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activisme - racisme - sexisme - surveillance - USA - vidéo-surveillance - ACLU - BlackLivesMatter - CCTV - discrimination - EFF - eff.org - FBI - LGBT - SFPD -

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