Activation of police-worn body cameras at protests raises privacy concerns from critics who say they could be used by law enforcement as a surveillance tool, CNET reports. Skeptics say the use of the cameras threatens people’s privacy and right to free speech. They could also be used to identify people if they contain facial recognition. “Police body cameras become video evidence of not necessarily what the police are doing, but what the protesters are doing,” Electronic Frontier Foundation Policy Analyst Matthew Guariglia said.
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