The era of Big Data has come to policing. Departments with lots of data and robust analysis capability say they can predict where crime may occur, and maybe even who will be involved as perpetrator or victim. Does this help police fight crime? And if it does, what are the downsides for citizens and civil liberties? Law professor and Fourth Amendment scholar Andrew Guthrie Ferguson weighs in.
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