NJ TRANSIT defends recording conversations, video on trains

The director of NJ TRANSIT on Tuesday defended the use of audio surveillance systems on some of its trains Tuesday, as some questioned the monitoring’s legal and ethical underpinnings.Audio and vid…

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R3: Fourth Amendment, Search and Seizure issues. If contended as a stipulation to utilize the mass transit system, then each trip and every change of station or traincar, would require a written document authorizing such, because the general public are no employees and the transit agency is, in fact, a State Public Authority, for the benefit of the People of the State, rather than a detriment. The Fat Kid in Trenton, should replace some upper heads, unless Christie is showing his true colors, and quest for ultimate control, of a police state.

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