On Tuesday the Senate passed the USA Freedom Act, a surveillance reform bill that reins in some of the powers the NSA has been using to spy on innocent Americans. President Obama signed the bill later that same day.
“I thought I was watching Comedy Central,” said Ralph Wilson, a longtime Charter customer in suburban Los Angeles. He was actually watching a Bloomberg News interview with the CEO of Charter Communications regarding Tuesday’s formal merger announcement.
Over the past year, in the wake of multiple police killings of unarmed Black and Latino men, women and children, support for body-worn cameras has gained momentum, with both the White House and police officers advocating for their use.