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Daily Dashboard | New San Francisco ordinance allows police to request live access to private security cameras Related reading: Council of State to examine Belgian DPA reform bill



The city of San Francisco’s security camera ordinance is now in effect. The New York Times’ technology columnist Brian Chen wrote, under the city law, police have the authority “to request access to the live footage of privately owned internet cameras.” He concluded, “the ordinance’s near-term impact on consumer privacy will be minimal because of limits in the technology.” However, the “tightknit” relationship between Big Tech companies and law enforcement “should make us seriously assess how we use our cameras — so that we can protect our privacy in the long term.”
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