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The Toronto Police Service is considering wearable cameras for its police force, The Globe and Mail reports. The aim of the wearable cameras is to provide the police and the public with better accountability. Deputy Chief Peter Sloly said the force is in the process of researching the cameras and understanding the potential logistical factors. “We’ll have to look at the IT supports,” he said, “the governance—there’ll be privacy issues.” The cameras would potentially be worn on glasses to record incidents from the officer’s view. A representative from the Canadian Civil Liberties Association has expressed concern over the technology, saying that “if you have all these things on your databases, what are the other potential uses of this? Have they thought this through?”
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