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“State of Surveillance” examines new technologies police departments are using to fight crime and the civil liberties concerns raised by these tools.

Law enforcement agencies say that many of the technologies make it easier to solve and, in some cases, even prevent crime. But privacy advocates warn that expanded databases could become dragnets that are increasingly populated with information about law-abiding citizens.

Presidente de la Academia Mexicana de Derecho Informático, A.C. Socio fundador de Lex Informática. Profesor de Derecho Informático, Propiedad Intelectual y Protección de Datos Personales en el ITESM, la Universidad Panamericana e INFOTEC.