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Daily Dashboard | ACLU encourages more public input for smart-city planning Related reading: So the Facebook fine is $5B: Does that change anything?

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In a blog post for the American Civil Liberties Union, Chad Marlow and Maryiam Saifuddin write on how to stop smart cities from stepping too far toward surveillance states. While they recognize the benefits associated with smart-city technologies, the pair writes that citizens must remain vigilant “to ensure that they don’t come at too high a cost, as the adoption of such technologies can also lead to an unacceptable increase in government surveillance.” Arguing for maximum public input, the ACLU is leading the Community Control Over Police Surveillance campaign to develop a set of guiding principles and a model bill to help set forth transparent approval processes.
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