Ray Kelly: [Citizen] Privacy Issue Has Been Taken Off The Table
When you left your home today, did you feel like someone was watching you? Well, if you didn’t, Commissioner Ray Kelly thinks you should and he’s preaching the gospel of algorithmic smart cameras to watch you and everyone else in cities everywhere.
On today’s #TWiBRadio, we talk about our hopes for the Carla Hale Institute for Gifted Youngsters (who are lesbians), NYPD Commissioner Ray “Stop and Frisk” Kelly thinks we could use more eyes watching us, and are Hispanics the new Italians?
And this morning on #amTWiB, #TheMorningCrew discusses the $20 billion lost on marijuana prohibition, Donald Trump race baiting — again, and Rep. Peter King wanting to cut the politically correct act and get back to racial profiling.
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