Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Mass surveillance masquerading as public safety in Oklahoma

Rekor uses video doorbells to create neighborhood vehicle surveillance networks 

"As I wrote about last year, Rekor is using video doorbells like Ring to create a 68 million neighborhood vehicle surveillance network."

“Rekor is going to great lengths to turn smart homes into neighborhood vehicle surveillance networks. To entice suburban residents, it’s offering a steep price drop — from the $50 a month it charges businesses and law enforcement agencies to $5 a month, less than the price of a newspaper subscription. Rekor also allows your neighbor to identify a limited number of vehicles for $99, $395 or $1995 a month.”

The Tea Party rebellion started on a lot less than what states like Oklahoma are doing.

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