WA People’s Privacy Network (WA PPN) is asking folks across our state who are concerned about the overreach of police surveillance to take action!
We need to make sure that Seattle Police Department and the Seattle City Council hears questions, comments and recommendations directly from the people about the last 6 Seattle Police Department surveillance tools (of 29 total across city departments). Members of the Seattle Surveillance Ordinances’ Community Working Group have reviewed these technologies, and members of the public (from all over the state) need to add our comments by June 2nd, 11:45 p.m.!
The overturn of Roe has effectively blown the lid off of negotiations on a federal privacy bill taking place between large privacy organizations, a handful of national privacy advocates, lawmakers, and tech lobbyists. As more people begin to understand the many ways in which those seeking abortion are at risk, this has rung alarm bells … Read more