Sunday, April 28, 2013

Bloomberg: 'You're never going to know where all our cameras are.' Mr. Bloomberg, they're not your cameras. In six months a new mayor will be elected, and even if you spend another $300 million it isn't going to be you.

4/26/13, "Bloomberg: New Yorkers will 'never know where our cameras are'," rt.com

"New York City police officials intend to expand the already extensive use of surveillance cameras throughout town. The plan, unveiled Thursday, comes as part of a drive for increased security around the US following the Boston Marathon attack....

You’re never going to know where all of our cameras are,” Bloomberg told reporters gathered outside City Hall....

New York City Police Department Commissioner Ray Kelly announced the plan during a press conference with Mayor Michael Bloomberg, in which the two announced that the suspected Boston Marathon bombers were planning to attack New York next. The pair said they hope to discourage criminals by using so-called “smart cameras” that will aggregate data from 911 alerts, arrest records, mapped crime patterns, surveillance cameras and radiation detectors, among other tools, according to The Verge."...

3/22/13, "Bloomberg warned that drones would be able to peep into private residences - but that Peeping Tom legislation could help maintain some privacy."...

3/22/13, "We're going to have more visibility and less privacy': Mayor Bloomberg admits soon NYPD surveillance cameras will be on nearly every corner and in the air," NY Daily News, Tina Moore. image below a creation of a Free Republic commenter. White patch below courtesy of my hackers who don't like free speech.

7-11 Big Gulps were a loophole in Bloomberg's soda ban.

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