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New York Governor Kathy Hochul Announces Plans to Implement Pre-Crime Surveillance, Target Online “Hate”


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Expanding the scope of a surveillance unit that was established after the 2022 Buffalo mass shooting.

Tom Parker

Nov. 21 2023

In a press conference today, New York Governor Kathy Hochul outlined her administration’s aggressive new strategy for combating online “hate” and implementing pre-crime-esque online surveillance.

As part of this approach, New York’s Threat Assessment and Management Teams (TAM teams), which were established in August 2022 in response to the Buffalo mass shooting, will extend their efforts and start targeting speech surrounding the conflict in the Middle East, with a focus on preventing crimes before they occur. TAM teams will be given an additional $3 million investment for their implementation across New York State college campuses.

*“We’re creating strategies, first time ever, to help identify hate at the source and prevent crimes before they occur,” Hochul said.

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* Though Crime?

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