Facing privacy questions, the Miami-Dade Police Department is dropping its pursuit of advanced airborne surveillance that would capture images of everyone outside for more than 25 square miles.
Facing privacy questions, the Miami-Dade Police Department is dropping its pursuit of advanced airborne surveillance that would capture images of everyone outside for more than 25 square miles. Miami Herald File
Facing privacy questions, the Miami-Dade Police Department is dropping its pursuit of advanced airborne surveillance that would capture images of everyone outside for more than 25 square miles. Miami Herald File

Miami-Dade police dropping plan for blanket surveillance from the air

June 13, 2017 11:59 AM

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