Seattle spends five years failing to come up with a privacy policy for
its $3.6m surveillance network, then spends $150k ripping it out

https://boingboing.net/2018/02/14/no-compromise.html

        Five years on, the police and city were unable to articulate
        an answer to these questions, and so now they're spending
        $150,000 to tear all the gear (including the mesh networking
        access points) out, rather than accept any limitations on
        their use.

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