ADDING ARTICLE XXXIV, “PRIVACY” TO CHAPTER 2 OF THE TOWNSHIP CODE ENTITLED “CHARTER/ADMINISTRATIVE CODE”
This ordinance will ban the use of facial recognition surveillance technologies by the Township.
These technologies have resulted in innocent people (including this one here in NJ), being held for crimes they didn’t commit. Crimes there were not even anywhere close to. 10 days. Sitting in a cell for a crime you didn’t commit. Continue reading “Teaneck Bans Facial Recognition by Police and Departments”
On his page, local gadfly Bill Orr has a post about housing in Teaneck.
This is an important issue and worth taking a look at, in depth.
“Housing should be a basic human right for all not just those who are affluent. Increasingly such is not the case in Teaneck. With people moving from NYC and elsewhere to our town, it has brought us higher prices and done little to help those who cannot afford these costs.”
There are two ways to reduce housing costs.
- Create more housing
- Reduce the value of existing housing
What does Blue Teaneck suggest Teaneck do? Continue reading “Blue Teaneck Throwing Shade”
Parents are willing to put up with a lot, but they will not sacrifice their children on the altar of public education.
Public schools have never been perfect. From education gaps to special education costs, our schools have always faced issues to a degree that isn’t seen in most private educational settings. But those were problems we knew and were dedicated to addressing.
We addressed them in schools.
But now? Continue reading “Civil Rights Lawsuits Filed: South Orange / Maplewood Parents Demand Schools Open”
When it debuted in 2018, Amazon’s Face Recognition Falsely Matched 28 Members of Congress With mugshots (including 2 from NJ).