City Council rejects Fusus surveillance software for police use | Sweetened

The Columbia City Council voted four to three against the purchase of Fusus monitoring software for the Columbia Police Department after a contentious public hearing at its meeting Monday night.

First Ward Councilman Pat Fowler, second Ward Councilman Andrea Wanier, third Ward Councilman Roy Lovelady, and fourth Ward Councilman Nick Foster voted against the purchase, citing concerns about transparency, privacy, and fairness.

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