Nov 182020

In 2017, the city of San Diego began installing around 3,000 sensors and hidden cameras into streetlights. The so-called “smart streetlights” were originally approved as an initiative to monitor and mitigate traffic, but quietly became a crime-solving tool for local police and faced public outcry from privacy-concerned residents.  Now, what began with local opposition to the controversial technology is driving an effort that could give the city one of the strongest sets of local privacy…

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