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Old 03-24-2020, 12:05 PM
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Police: Sex offender wanted for peeping into home, public indecency

CLAYTON COUNTY, Ga. - Clayton County police are searching for a registered sex offender accused of being caught on camera pleasuring himself in public multiple times.

According to the Clayton County Police Department, detectives obtained warrants for Mark Anthony Williams on Friday.

Officials say Williams was caught on a Ring video doorbell camera on a resident's porch pleasuring himself earlier in March.

Last week, investigators say he was caught on security cameras doing the same thing at a local restaurant.

Detectives have now obtained warrants for Williams, who is a registered sex offender, for the charges of Peeping Tom, criminal trespass, and public indecency.
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Old 03-24-2020, 07:21 PM
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Ring's controversial "Neighbors" surveillance network and cozy relationship with police departments has drawn the eye US lawmakers. In a letter to CEO Jeff Bezos, Senator Edward Markey expressed concern that the system "could easily create a surveillance network that places dangerous burdens on people of color and [feed] racial anxieties in local communities."

In light of evidence that existing facial recognition technology disproportionately misidentifies African Americans and Latinos, a product like this has the potential to catalyze racial profiling and harm people of color.

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ACLU : Amazonís Disturbing Plan to Add Face Surveillance to Your Front Door

The history of discriminatory government surveillance makes clear that face surveillance will disproportionately harm people already targeted by the government and subjected to racial profiling and abuse ó immigrants, people of color, and the formerly incarcerated.
In addition, this technology puts activists and protesters in danger when exercising their First Amendment rights.
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