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  • De Blasio Breaks with His Police Department as Council Passes Surveillance Transparency Bill

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    Another chapter between Mayor de Blasio and the NYPD (photo: Edwin J. Torres/Mayor's Office)


    A long-stalled bill meant to shed light on the surveillance equipment used by the NYPD has suddenly moved through the City Council with the support of Mayor Bill de Blasio, despite being virtually unchanged since the mayor and NYPD leaders raised dire alarms about it in recent years. Now de Blasio is breaking with his own police department, which he has maintained has been on board with a slew of recent changes to NYPD oversight and discipline in the wake of national

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  • Max & Murphy Podcast: NYPD Counterterrorism Chief John Miller on the Anniversary of 9/11

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    NYPD Deputy Commissioner John Miller (photo: @NYPDnews)


    September 11, 2019 - Max & Murphy Podcast: NYPD Counterterrorism Chief John Miller on the Anniversary of 9/11

    miller johnNYPD Deputy Commissioner for Intelligence and Counterterrorism John Miller joined the show to discuss the NYPD's counter-terrorism efforts since the attacks of September 11, 2001, how threats to New York City have

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  • NYPD Counterterrorism Chief on Threats, Privacy & Transparency

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    Donovan Richards and John Miller (photo: John McCarten/City Council)


    As the internet continues to transform the landscape of threats to the United States and New York City specifically, the NYPD has had to adapt, and the police department in the country’s largest city, what some call its ‘number one terror target,’ uses monitoring and surveillance tools that have raised questions. Advancements in technology and tactics -- as well as age-old concerns about privacy, free speech, and due process, plus prior departmental errors in

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