An internal Citizen document says that the Baltimore Police Department will still give Citizen access once the city encrypts its communications.
The court decision sets a new precedent for whether law enforcement can use aerial surveillance technology to monitor entire cities in real-time.
The aerial surveillance program faced lawsuits after letting police constantly monitor nearly all city residents from above.
The ACLU is suing to stop the program after an independent audit showed police made false statements about how mass-surveillance data was being used.
Kwame Rose's confrontation with Geraldo Rivera at a protest over Freddie Gray’s death launched Rose as a key activist in Baltimore.
"If you drive here at certain times of night, it smells like death."
These policies continue to serve as a thinly veiled way for bars and restaurants to discriminate against Black patrons.
Baltimore's most powerful institutions put a bizarre story to use for their purposes, shedding light on who counts in the city, and why.
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Cummings' committee recently authorized subpoenas for emails and texts of top White House aides, including Ivanka and Jared.