"I think it could raise significant safety risks for folks who are victims of stalking or victims of domestic abuse to know that their stalker or abuser would simply be able to go to a website and effectively track their movements as they move through downtown," she says.
YES. This should be a no-brainer.
[Rich Beadles, information technology manager for the city of Madison] points out that live-streaming the video would not give the public the ability to capture and save it...
[Chris Ahmuty, executive director of the Wisconsin ACLU] also worries that while the video is live-streamed and not downloadable, it's only a matter of time before someone finds a way to capture and store it.
Massive technology fail for both of you. Here's a tiny, tiny hint:
IF IT'S ON THE INTERNET, IT'S RECORDABLE. EASILY.