Posted by | April 10, 2016 07:24 | Filed under: News Behaving Badly


Who’s listening to you on the train? All the conversations between riders are recorded by surveillance equipment aboard NJ Transit light rail trains, which has commuter advocates and the ACLU concerned about privacy. Casual commuter conversations on light rail trains have an unexpected eavesdropper – NJ Transit. Video and audio surveillance systems designed to make riders…

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By: Alan

Alan Colmes is the publisher of Liberaland.

  • It’s public transportation, you shouldn’t say or do anything you don’t want repeated or recorded – in public. Any adult in 2016, should understand this.

    • Mike

      People have such unrealistic expectations….they want to be connected to the world but don’t realize that to do that they must broadcast a signal over public airwaves…

    • fahvel

      you have just succumbed to the low end – never use the bs reason that the “innocent” need not fear the intrusion on their lives.

  • fahvel

    is there an instance anywhere where a govts spying on its people has produced anyting other than expense?