What a week it's been.

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Friend,
 
I hope you’re looking forward to the weekend. We at S.T.O.P. sure are; we had a very busy week.
 
It started with S.T.O.P. Resident Technologist Liz O’Sullivan’s profile on NPR’s All Things Considered. Next, Liz was featured in the Atlantic, calling for more regulation of facial recognition. And then S.T.O.P. Executive Director Albert Fox Cahn spoke on WNYC’s Brian Lehrer show, calling on New York to follow San Francisco’s lead in banning facial recognition.
As we told you a few weeks ago, our goal is nothing less than fundamentally reshaping New York’s public discourse on surveillance, and after a week like this, we’re a lot closer to that goal. We want every New Yorker to understand how unchecked spying impacts them, their families, and their communities. Make sure to check out all of our interviews, op-eds, and testimony.
 
With thanks,
The S.T.O.P. Team
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