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Newark’s Citizen Virtual Patrol program rolled out 62 surveillance cameras across the city, providing live video access to anyone with an internet connection, Philadelphia Media Network reports. While the cameras went live April 26, the program has hopes of having 300 cameras spread throughout the city. Mayor Ras Baraka said, “The mission is to help reduce crime and help get our residents involved in engaging the police.” Amol Sinha, head of the New Jersey American Civil Liberties Union, said, “We are engaging in a mass surveillance scheme that the people, not the police, do policing work,” adding, “It’s going to create a concern where every move of every neighbor is going to be able to be tracked by anybody who wants to watch.”
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