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New Library Surveillance Law Put to Use Already

From the Appleton Post-Crescent:

A new law that gives police quick access to public library surveillance video showing suspected criminal activity was put to use two days after the legislation took effect.

See the full article for details. See my earlier post for information about the new legislation.