Letter: Privacy concerns should not block body cameras
I find it most difficult to categorize New York Times columnist David Brooks. They say he’s “conservative” but I don’t see the evidence. His “cops cams” piece on last Thursday (April 16) never seems to adequately weigh the benefits of body cameras against an individual’s rights of privacy. It appears his 1983 bachelor of arts degree from Chicago University and his philosophy teaching days at Yale left him without a clear prospective on what “privacy” really means.
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