"As data collection grows in scale, smart cities could become surveillance states in no time."
"This frightening boost of capital to the surveillance state comes on top of $631 million in Centers for Disease Control funding for contact tracing tucked into the recently-passed Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Another $75 billion in proposed contact-tracing spending has been folded into in the House Democrats’ second stimulus bill, known as the HEROES Act."
Your private parts will soon be on display...
"... the street cams are public on the internet, so we can just connect to them and pull the data from them."
"Rekor Systems is going to great lengths to turn smart homes into neighborhood license plate reader networks."