Business is booming for the surveillance state

Posted: May 7, 2017 by gamegetterII in Police state USSA, Uncategorized
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Surveillance companies like Axon hope to turn every law enforcement officer into a data-gathering drone for a bodycam surveillance database they privately control. Now ShotSpotter, a listening technology that triangulates gunfire in “urban, high-crime areas,” announced a planned IPO.

Above: ShotSpotter mobile app integrated with Google data, showing Oakland California.
They are also expanding from “urban” neighborhoods to a college campus near you. From the submission:
Our solutions consist of our highly-specialized, cloud-based software integrated with our proprietary, internet-enabled sensors and communication networks. When a potential gunfire incident is detected by our sensors, our software analyzes and validates the data and precisely locates where the incident occurred. An alert containing a location on a map and critical information about the incident is transmitted directly to law enforcement or security personnel through any internet-connected computer and to iPhone® or Android mobile devices.
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