Taser Is Charging Stunning Fees to Handle Police Video

One police department is paying nearly 23 times as much for video licensing and storage as Amazon charges for storage alone. Taser says the comparison is one of apples vs. oranges

Taser's plant in Scottsdale, Ariz.

Photographer: Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg

The increasing use of body cameras to record police encounters has raised new questions about how to store all that video, as well as the price Americans will pay in privacy. What about the price in dollars and cents?

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