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Each time someone leaves their home in Baltimore, Maryland, their every move could be recorded from above. The city with one of the highest murder rates in the US has launched the Aerial Investigation Research surveillance program. Critics say it represents a frightening erosion of people's right to privacy.
In this episode:
Patty Culhane (@PattyCulhane), Al Jazeera journalist; Brett Max Kaufman, senior staff attorney at the American Civil Liberties Union's (@ACLU) National Security Program.
US city deploys camera-equipped planes for surveillance
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