Undue corporate influence

The companies that sell surveillance technology such as stingrays, body cameras, and big data have achieved undue influence over police agencies, according to this essay. Due to factors such as non-disclosure agreements and market dominance, “the interests of technology vendors in protecting their products adds a layer of secrecy that is at odds with conventional norms of transparency and accountability in policing.”

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