- The Washington Post reports U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement allegedly utilized a database featuring personal information on hundreds of millions of individuals to identify immigration violations. The database holds personal records from phone, water, electricity and other utility companies.
- The New York Police Department is taking criticism from the New York Civil Liberties Union over its surveillance practices and technologies, StateScoop reports. The NYCLU deemed the various surveillance deployments lacked "serious consideration of the potential for biased and disparate enforcement."
- The New York Times reports the New York Police Department's recently unveiled robotic dog, Digidog, has raised privacy concerns over its use for surveillance purposes.
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