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    Surveillance isn’t just the province of the Nationwide Safety Company or CIA-it is now conducted by a broad array of federal and state companies. The FBI is collecting racial and ethnic info and “mapping” minority American communities around the nation based on crude stereotypes about which teams commit various kinds of crimes. The Transportation Security Affiliation (TSA) employs thousands of “behavior detection officers” who scan passengers in the screening areas of airports for signs of deception or “mal-intent”-a program that the government’s personal watchdog has concluded is based on junk science and is a waste of money. Regulation enforcement companies nationwide gather reports from government agencies and the public on innocent Americans’ so-referred to as “suspicious activities” and share them with unknown numbers of federal, state, and native government agencies. The ACLU is pushing again towards this rising tide of surveillance by litigation, Freedom of data Act requests, advocacy for meaningful oversight, and judi online campaigns to raise public consciousness about unlawful and discriminatory authorities surveillance. Unchecked spying on Americans not solely invades their privateness but in addition floods law enforcement companies with ineffective information on innocent exercise, making their jobs tougher. It makes us neither safe nor free. This content has been created with GSA Content Generator Demoversion.

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