Featuring MediaJustice fellow, James Kilgore, New York Times and ProPublica take an in-depth look at how e-carceration is driving people into debt and expanding state surveillance of communities of color.

In the aftermath of Freddie Gray’s death in 2015, the police spied on Black Lives Matter protesters with face recognition technology. Given this pattern, the term ‘electronic monitoring’ may soon refer not just to a specific piece of equipment but to an all-encompassing strategy.”

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