Body cams make good public policy

Most of the time, it seems, technology causes more harm than good. Smartphones are doing their best to destroy the minds of an entire generation of youth, as well as contributing to obesity and fraud epidemics. Few could possibly say our society is better off than it was 20 years ago before the internet revolution.

 
 
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