“As I have previously stated, Senator Beyak is grossly mistaken as she continues trying to defend her misinformed views about Indigenous peoples and residential school survivors. There is absolutely no defense or justification for the harm and injustice she is causing,” said Nault. “As the Member of Parliament for the Kenora riding, with 42 First Nation communities, the heartbreaking stories I have heard throughout the years have negatively impacted generations of First Nations people.
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Another initiative is Geo Fencing which uses GPS or RFID technology to create a virtual geographic boundary, enabling software to trigger a response to the local police when a mobile device enters or leaves a particular area. While this will undoubtedly help with policing it may well be abused to track and target people, whether political opponents or purely for personal gain. The UK attempted to issue compulsory ID cards in the wake of the September 11th attacks in the US but after a prolonged debate it was determined that the risks associated with such a project were too serious and the scheme was scrapped.
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Founded in 2007, Art in Public Places was created to help establish Knoxville as an arts destination by supporting not only local contemporary artists, but also the creative culture of the city. Founders Edward Mannis and Bart Watkins took it upon themselves to turn this hope into a reality by spreading their appreciation of impressive public art work into the annual exhibition. The Art in Public Places exhibition has since been viewed by 2.5 million people passing through McGhee Tyson Airport and by 13 million area residents visiting downtown Knoxville each year..