With police departments across the nation experiencing drastic budget cuts, more and more cities are beginning to adopt surveillance cameras as a means to fight crime. But how effective can these security cameras really be at reducing crime? More importantly,… Read More
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When does increasing security start to decrease privacy? That is the questions addressed in this article from CampusSafetyMagazine.com. Recently, there has been an uproar from the American Civil Liberties Union about Chicago’s plan to increase the quantity of video surveillance cameras… Read More