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Sheriff Swain Talks Body Cameras and Privacy Concerns

At the end of last week, the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department received a shipment of 36 body cameras. The cost for the equipment was almost $40,000, which came from money left over in the Sheriff’s fuel budget. All deputies are expected to begin using the body cameras by December 21st. This afternoon, WFHB News Director Joe Crawford stopped by the …

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Daily Local News – December 8, 2015

The Catholic archdiocese of Indianapolis has settled the first Syrian family in Indiana since Governor Pence announced his intention to block the arrival of any more refugees from Syria; At a Bloomington City Council meeting last week, council member Darryl Neher announced a grant of $150,000 from the Bloomington Urban Enterprise Association to the Community Sheltering Project, formerly known as …

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The Not So Private Lives of Hoosiers

Threats to digital security and privacy are becoming increasingly difficult to understand and to defend against. As part of the ACLU’s First Wednesdays program, there will be a panel of experts in Bloomington tomorrow, December 2nd, for an hour-long discussion titled “The Not-So-Private Lives of Hoosiers: How Technology is Threatening our Privacy.” Correspondent Doug Storm spoke with Indiana ACLU Executive …

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Daily Local News – December 1, 2015

A special prosecutor is being brought in to investigate misuse of public funds at the Monroe County Auditor’s office; The Bloomington Utilities Service Board has approved the third in a series of reimbursement agreements with the contractor building Interstate 69. FEATURE Threats to digital security and privacy are becoming increasingly difficult to understand and to defend against. As part of …

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Interchange – Fred Cate: Government Surveillance, Then and Now

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This week on Interchange, host Joe Crawford speaks with Indiana University Law Professor Fred Cate, an expert on privacy and “cybersecurity”. Cate talks about government surveillance on the local, state and national levels – from the spying apparatus at the National Security Agency, to cell phone intercepts by the Indiana State Police, to new surveillance cameras in downtown Bloomington. Cate …

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