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(ABC News)   The NYPD is rolling out, an "all-seeing 'Domain Awareness System' " to track crime in the city, which would be terrifying if the NYPD didn't have such a stellar reputation for restraint and respect for civil rights   (abcnews.go.com ) divider line
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2012-07-30 09:33:25 AM  
New York Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly says the city developed the software with Microsoft.

"The criminal you are monitoring has executed an illegal activity - the application will now close"
 
2012-07-30 10:06:21 AM  
DAS IST GUT, JA.
 
2012-07-30 10:29:43 AM  
there's a reason that the question "Quis custodiet ipsos custodes"? is written in Latin. This is not a new fear, nor one we can ever afford to be anything less than vigilant about.

And given that this is a CITY police department that thinks nothing of sending undercover agents across state lines to illegally surveil anyone with a Muslim-sounding name, or trying to entice gun show sellers in TX or Florida into making illegal sales, Imma gonna say they need a whole dman lot of watching
 
2012-07-30 11:46:06 AM  
images.wikia.com
 
2012-07-30 11:47:44 AM  
So they are still masters of their domain?
 
2012-07-30 11:48:50 AM  
Makes stalking a victim much easier, I suppose....

http://gothamist.com/2012/07/30/detective_with_kidnapped_man_in_his.p h p
 
2012-07-30 11:49:16 AM  
FTFA: Kelly says the program combines city-wide video surveillance with law enforcement databases.

They better not catch any police officers on those cameras. Then the police would have to charge themselves with wiretapping.
 
2012-07-30 11:49:56 AM  
Only as good as the data they put in, and they've found out their precincts routinely lie to make themselves look better.
 
2012-07-30 11:52:25 AM  
www.mikecornelison.com
 
2012-07-30 11:54:52 AM  
Oh man I can't wait to go into the city and act totally suspicious so I can get hassled by the NYPD and sue the pants off of them.

...or maybe I'll just go about my business and not give a fark about who's watching me because I don't care. I was born to be a star, even if it was just to be a CCTV star.
 
2012-07-30 12:02:50 PM  
GGo ahead and build the self aware colony and get it over with. The slippery slope fallacybis no longer a fallacy
 
2012-07-30 12:03:11 PM  

Honest Bender: They better not catch any police officers on those cameras. Then the police would have to charge themselves with wiretapping.


I was about to make a prediction:

December, 2015- NYC Deactivates Domain Awareness System, due to the majority of "hits" consisting of 'false-positives' arising from Law Enforcement activities.
 
2012-07-30 12:04:21 PM  
The more I hear about this city, the less I like it. And I never liked it that much in the first place. A city utterly full of itself with an authoritarian mayor, the financial district that crashed the nation's economy, and a police force full of thugs doesn't sound like a fun place to be.
 
2012-07-30 12:05:40 PM  
What's the Vegas line on Kristallnacht 2.0 happening before the end of this year?
And which group will be the one pogrommed, Muslims or OWS?
 
2012-07-30 12:06:25 PM  
High Taxes are doing the trick of forcing out the underclass.
 
2012-07-30 12:08:44 PM  
Whatever. Death by a thousand cuts. America = police state inevitability.

"If yer don't like Amurica, why don't ye go live somewheres else?"
 
2012-07-30 12:10:02 PM  

cmb53208: The more I hear about this city, the less I like it. And I never liked it that much in the first place. A city utterly full of itself with an authoritarian mayor, the financial district that crashed the nation's economy, and a police force full of thugs doesn't sound like a fun place to be.


BUT THESE ARE OUR 9/11 HEROES!!!

/sniff
 
KNW
2012-07-30 12:11:33 PM  
Remember: the police state is preferable to the nanny state, citizen
 
2012-07-30 12:15:31 PM  
The NYPD has been under fire for surveillance of Muslim communities and partnering with the CIA to track potential terror suspects. Muslim groups have sued to shut down the NYPD programs.

Solution: watch everybody.

i47.tinypic.com
 
2012-07-30 12:15:31 PM  

KNW: Remember: the police state is preferable to the nanny state, citizen


And it would seem that NYC has managed to combine both the nanny state and the police state
 
2012-07-30 12:23:18 PM  
New York city cop thwarting a terrorist plot.

www.webdemons.com
 
2012-07-30 12:27:13 PM  
I was going to show cops eating donuts but.....
i.ytimg.com
 
2012-07-30 12:30:33 PM  
Well, they are teaming up with Microsoft, so they will be detecting a lot of that very dangerous BSOD activity.
 
2012-07-30 12:40:36 PM  
1.bp.blogspot.com

This... is wrong
 
2012-07-30 12:46:43 PM  
FTA: New York Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly says the city developed the software with Microsoft.

Kelly says the program combines city-wide video surveillance with law enforcement databases.

He says it will be officially unveiled by New York's mayor as soon as next week.

Kelly spoke Saturday before an audience at the Aspen Security Forum.

The NYPD has been under fire for surveillance of Muslim communities and partnering with the CIA to track potential terror suspects. Muslim groups have sued to shut down the NYPD programs.

Kelly defended the policies as key to thwarting 14 terror plots against the city since the attacks of Sept. 11th.

HOWEVER! We can't tell you about these plots because they are TOO DANGEROUS for you to know! Now...give me 500 dollars.
 
2012-07-30 12:52:16 PM  
"potential terrorists" = everybody, including YOU.
 
2012-07-30 12:58:29 PM  
Will Internal Affairs have access to the system to see all crimes being commited by the NYPD or will those mysteriously disappear?
 
2012-07-30 01:03:42 PM  
Will the NYPD get Hugo Boss to design their new uniforms next?
 
2012-07-30 01:10:30 PM  

cmb53208: The more I hear about this city, the less I like it. And I never liked it that much in the first place. A city utterly full of itself with an authoritarian mayor, the financial district that crashed the nation's economy, and a police force full of thugs doesn't sound like a fun place to be.


Well, rest easy. None of those things are true. Plus it's really safe compared to other cities.
 
2012-07-30 01:15:01 PM  

Allen. The end.: FTA: New York Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly says the city developed the software with Microsoft.

Kelly says the program combines city-wide video surveillance with law enforcement databases.

He says it will be officially unveiled by New York's mayor as soon as next week.

Kelly spoke Saturday before an audience at the Aspen Security Forum.

The NYPD has been under fire for surveillance of Muslim communities and partnering with the CIA to track potential terror suspects. Muslim groups have sued to shut down the NYPD programs.

Kelly defended the policies as key to thwarting 14 terror plots against the city since the attacks of Sept. 11th.

HOWEVER! We can't tell you about these plots because they are TOO DANGEROUS for you to know! Now...give me 500 dollars.


At least 4 of them were revealed under torture by Abu Zubaydah. The problem with that is that not only was Zubaydah not the terrist mastermind we claimed (he was a flunky in Al-Q) but he had severe Multiple Personality Disorder and had at least 3 "alters" Something the FBI told the president and the CIA BEFORE he was tortured. Not only were the plots non-existant, many of them were physically impossible.
 
2012-07-30 01:22:23 PM  
SMH. They said old Bill Cooper was a nut, but its all going down, just like he said it would.

/Behold a Pale Horse
 
2012-07-30 01:39:55 PM  
"
groppet
2012-07-30 01:03:42 PM

Will the NYPD get Hugo Boss to design their new uniforms next?"

Winner winner, chicken dinner
 
2012-07-30 01:43:14 PM  
Personally, I wish we had this in Detroit. Of course we would have to build 20 new prisons, but I have no problem spending tax dollars on that if it gets all the asshats off the streets.
 
2012-07-30 01:50:37 PM  

crzybtch: Personally, I wish we had this in Detroit. Of course we would have to build 20 new prisons, but I have no problem spending tax dollars on that if it gets all the asshats off the streets.


Then move to North Korea, biatch.
 
2012-07-30 01:52:11 PM  

jjorsett: The NYPD has been under fire for surveillance of Muslim communities and partnering with the CIA to track potential terror suspects. Muslim groups have sued to shut down the NYPD programs.

Solution: watch everybody.

[i47.tinypic.com image 500x375]


An exhibitionist's wet dream.
 
2012-07-30 02:00:08 PM  

Magorn: Allen. The end.: FTA: New York Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly says the city developed the software with Microsoft.

Kelly says the program combines city-wide video surveillance with law enforcement databases.

He says it will be officially unveiled by New York's mayor as soon as next week.

Kelly spoke Saturday before an audience at the Aspen Security Forum.

The NYPD has been under fire for surveillance of Muslim communities and partnering with the CIA to track potential terror suspects. Muslim groups have sued to shut down the NYPD programs.

Kelly defended the policies as key to thwarting 14 terror plots against the city since the attacks of Sept. 11th.

HOWEVER! We can't tell you about these plots because they are TOO DANGEROUS for you to know! Now...give me 500 dollars.

At least 4 of them were revealed under torture by Abu Zubaydah. The problem with that is that not only was Zubaydah not the terrist mastermind we claimed (he was a flunky in Al-Q) but he had severe Multiple Personality Disorder and had at least 3 "alters" Something the FBI told the president and the CIA BEFORE he was tortured. Not only were the plots non-existant, many of them were physically impossible.


POOP. Doomed we are...
 
xcv
2012-07-30 02:47:24 PM  

crzybtch: Personally, I wish we had this in Detroit. Of course we would have to build 20 new prisons, but I have no problem spending tax dollars on that if it gets all the asshats off the streets.


You are vastly over estimating the competency of the NYPD and city administration.
Tens of millions of dollars were allocated and spent on surveillance equipment for housing projects several years and many, many shootings ago -- CCTV cameras and gun-shot sensors that the city just never got around to installing.
 
2012-07-30 02:55:29 PM  

Magorn: there's a reason that the question "Quis custodiet ipsos custodes"? is written in Latin. This is not a new fear, nor one we can ever afford to be anything less than vigilant about.

And given that this is a CITY police department that thinks nothing of sending undercover agents across state lines to illegally surveil anyone with a Muslim-sounding name, or trying to entice gun show sellers in TX or Florida into making illegal sales, Imma gonna say they need a whole dman lot of watching


Yes, they get into some questionable practices including entrapment, but NYC includes some of the highest density targets of opportunity in the nation. The NYPD has a reason to be run by paranoids. There will be someone out to get them.

I'm a bit moderate on privacy in both directions. Let the police snoop a bit, but they need to respect the sensitivity of the information they find. I bet they could find plenty of data from corporate consumer databases.
 
2012-07-30 03:05:07 PM  

wildcardjack: Magorn: there's a reason that the question "Quis custodiet ipsos custodes"? is written in Latin. This is not a new fear, nor one we can ever afford to be anything less than vigilant about.

And given that this is a CITY police department that thinks nothing of sending undercover agents across state lines to illegally surveil anyone with a Muslim-sounding name, or trying to entice gun show sellers in TX or Florida into making illegal sales, Imma gonna say they need a whole dman lot of watching

Yes, they get into some questionable practices including entrapment, but NYC includes some of the highest density targets of opportunity in the nation. The NYPD has a reason to be run by paranoids. There will be someone out to get them.

I'm a bit moderate on privacy in both directions. Let the police snoop a bit, but they need to respect the sensitivity of the information they find. I bet they could find plenty of data from corporate consumer databases.


I'm sorry, but when did we as citizens begin thinking that a loss of privacy, whether or not you give a shiat, is OK?
 
2012-07-30 03:06:06 PM  
hellinahandbasket.net
 
2012-07-30 03:23:21 PM  

macadamnut: [hellinahandbasket.net image 720x400]


SCMODS???
 
2012-07-30 04:09:05 PM  

macadamnut: [hellinahandbasket.net image 720x400]


Last known address: 1160 West Addison.
 
2012-07-30 04:23:30 PM  

Debeo Summa Credo: cmb53208: The more I hear about this city, the less I like it. And I never liked it that much in the first place. A city utterly full of itself with an authoritarian mayor, the financial district that crashed the nation's economy, and a police force full of thugs doesn't sound like a fun place to be.

Well, rest easy. None of those things are true. Plus it's really safe compared to other cities.


Really? Not true? So, Mayor Bloomberg repeatedly sending cops into other states to conduct illegal operations, and approving law after law to control everything down to diets is just a myth?

Also, Goldman Sachs, Freddie Mac, Fanny May, etc. aren't, in fact, HQ'd in NYC? Wall Street in general isn't HQ"d in NYC?

And the Police Force isn't full of thugs?

Please, do share some of what you're smoking, we're all in need, brother.
 
2012-07-30 04:25:21 PM  

Debeo Summa Credo: cmb53208: The more I hear about this city, the less I like it. And I never liked it that much in the first place. A city utterly full of itself with an authoritarian mayor, the financial district that crashed the nation's economy, and a police force full of thugs doesn't sound like a fun place to be.

Well, rest easy. None of those things are true. Plus it's really safe compared to other cities.


Also, to put the lie to this:

www.cityrating.com

/yeah, it's really safe.
 
2012-07-30 04:34:17 PM  
Subby sounds like one of those anit-government tea party types. Doesn't he like roads and schools?
 
2012-07-30 04:35:30 PM  

cmb53208: The more I hear about this city, the less I like it. And I never liked it that much in the first place. A city utterly full of itself with an authoritarian mayor, the financial district that crashed the nation's economy, and a police force full of thugs doesn't sound like a fun place to be.


You forgot freakin' $8 beers. That's the REAL downer of the place.

Thankfully the places I go clubbing usually don't go higher than $5 a beer. Slumlife.
 
2012-07-30 05:51:34 PM  

Debeo Summa Credo: \. Plus it's really safe compared to other cities.


How do we know that, given that the NYPD has been caught numerous times outright lying on the stats or simply deciding not to investigate serious crimes to make the numbers look good? And you're going to tell me that Wall Street made the nation a better place, and that Mike Bloomberg values personal freedom?
 
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