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Sentiment Mapping Litigation

analyse - 8 octobre 2020

lire sur le site originel >>> (stopspying.org)

S.T.O.P. and our co-counsel are pursuing litigation under New York’s Freedom of Information Law (“FOIL") to compel the NYPD to produce documents requested about their use of the “Sentiment Meter,” Orwellian technology developed with private surveillance vendor Elucd that tracks, block by block, what New Yorkers think of the police.
S.T.O.P. originally requested the NYPD records on November 26th, 2019, seeking to understand the NYPD’s role in co-developing Elucd’s sentiment monitoring software. (...)



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algorithme - émotions - police - reconnaissance - surveillance - USA - vidéo-surveillance - Elucd - NYPD - SentimentMeter - stopspying.org -

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