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The resulting discourse regarding the 2016 election and influence from other governments into the results also brought redaction into the forefront of mainstream media. Both Special Counsel Robert Mueller and the resulting public release by Attorney General William Barr showed pages and pages of redactions or text obliterated with black boxes. The enormous media attention had Americans clamoring for the details only to be somewhat mystified about the amount of redacted material. Redaction isn’t new to the public, but the large quantity of redacted material did bring more focus to the method of redaction and its use to retain privacy in legal matters.
Questioning what types of surveillance the US Government is using to collect data should be done by citizens as a way to understand and limit violations to their private data. In 2020, privacy is up for sale, and anyone could be the buyer. This surveillance partnership includes private companies, governments, and law enforcement agencies. The US Government, without full disclosure to the public, creates a variety of public/private partnerships with major corporations to collect and have access to confidential data on US Citizens and other residents of the United States.
The United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, also known as FISC or the FISA Court, was established under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978. The court was created to oversee and manage surveillance requests on surveillance warrants on foreign soil, against foreign spies or agents located inside the United States. The court is sought by federal law enforcement and intelligence agencies in the US to gain legal access to private data on those they are currently investigating.
On October 5th, 2020 Detective Kevin Collins passed away from gun violence. Him and another officer were both wounded after conducting an ingoing investigation at a hotel. He leaves behind friends, family, neighbors, and colleagues who will miss him dearly.
Police Officer Jacob Hancher wanted to be a police officer and a firefighter growing up. He was dedicated to serving his community, and when the time came, he chose to do both. He was working as a volunteer firefighter with the county but had successfully become employed by the Myrtle Beach Police Department and looked forward to a life of service to his community.
As COVID19 has put the breaks on our social lives, many have turned to social media as an outlet. The challenges with social media are at an all-time high. Before you consider participating or even allowing your children to participate in what can appear to be harmless fun, there may be a few things to consider.
Police Officer Aubrey Johnson leaves behind both of his parents, who also served with the Miami Police Department. Extended family, friends, neighbors, and many ‘blue family’ members join his parents in their grief and celebration of the life he lived.
Deputy White was known to have a special rapport with juvenile offenders, and whenever there was a problem, he would be called on to intervene. He was always able to talk with young people and try to lead them in the right direction.
Deputy Ingram was known for his love of cars. Whenever asked, he was able to tell someone everything about the motor, the benefits, and setbacks for certain vehicles. He was known to enjoy teaching others all that he knew.
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