I've seen numerous videos of people getting arrested in the USA, both in their cars on the road and at their homes.
Apparently, cops wear always-running cameras at all times these days, not just mounted on their cars (which is bad enough from a privacy perspective).
Does this really apply to ALL cops? Do they actually have the audacity to film me and store that footage forever and make it available to the public if they pay me a visit at my home and knock on the door and ask me questions about whatever?
Or is it only a certain "segment" of cops, such as those frequently involved in violent encounters on the road or where they suspect that there will be a shootout at the house where they knock on the door?