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SF police ‘killer robots’ motion passes ☞ KRON 4 – San Francisco

“City Supervisor Rafael Mandelman said SFPD will have access to seven robots ‘designed to neutralize dispose of bombs, and provide video reconnaissance for operators.’ None of the robots will have firearms attached, but Mandelman said they could be asked to carry out deadly force in extreme situations.”

Civil rights group outraged after Canadian province looks to introduce ‘unexplained wealth’ seizure law ☞ LifeSite

“The recommendation stated that “Civil forfeiture is already used much more readily than criminal prosecution but still requires a link to criminal activity, which may be hard to establish, especially where international transfers are involved. Unexplained Wealth Orders could be used to confiscate property where there is no evident legitimate source of funds, providing another civil process tool that does not rely on criminal prosecution or evidence of a crime.” 

San Francisco police consider letting robots use ‘deadly force’ ☞ The Verge

“The San Francisco Police Department is proposing a new policy that would give robots the license to kill, as reported earlier by Mission Local (via Engadget). The draft policy, which outlines how the SFPD can use military-style weapons, states robots can be ‘used as a deadly force option when risk of loss of life to members of the public or officers is imminent and outweighs any other force option.’ ”

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