Law enforcement in Jackson, Mississippi has launched a pilot program that allows officers to tap into private surveillance devices during criminal investigations. On 30 October 2020, the AP reported that the trial, now signed off by the city, will last for 45 days. The small trial could herald a wider rollout with participating residents in the future. The pilot program uses technology provided by Pileum and Fusus, an IT consultancy firm and a provider of a cloud-based video, sensor, and data
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