Technology Was Developed for U.S. Military in Iraq
BALTIMORE —(ENEWSPF)--August 25, 2016. The Baltimore Police Department has secretly deployed a surveillance system using planes and powerful cameras that can continuously record 30-square-mile sections of the city at once, according to Bloomberg Businessweek.
The technology, which is run by a private company, was originally developed for the Defense Department for use in Iraq. It stores the video footage for an undetermined amount of time, and police can use it to retroactively track any pedestrian or . . .