Tuesday, December 11, 2012

REDUX: NISD creates video surveillance bid on Texas elementaries

c/o San Antonio Business Insider
Northside Independent School District is taking bids on a $20 million project to put video surveillance and security upgrades in elementary schools. The bond-funded project is expected to take about two years to complete.  
The project calls for integrated security management systems to be installed in 74 schools across the district. 


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DIY Government ACTION ALERT :   Please write your local and federal Congressional Leaders to let them know what you think of State surveillance increases in public funded schools (RFID, CCTV, education & surveillance standards, higher learning, K-12 etc.)   You can make an impact on a national trend of distressing child privacy.

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