Monday, February 1, 2016

Super Bowl of surveillance - 60 law enforcement agencies will coordinate to keep tabs on EVERYONE going near the stadium

Some 60 security agencies are working together to carry out one of the year's biggest domestic intelligence operations at next week's Super Bowl.

Car registration plate scanning, cellphone surveillance and facial recognition software will be used throughout the massive Big Brother-style enterprise.

This likely means every person going near the game will be monitored, while millions more entering the area over the next week will also be tracked.
Some 60 agencies are to monitor every person attending the Super Bowl on Sunday at Levi's Stadium (pictured) in Santa Clara

According to the FBI, this requires the combined resources of 60 federal, state and local law enforcement agencies, Wired reported.

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