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  • Cctv is an invasion to our privacy !!!

    It was noted that CCTV helped to recognize the criminals ! But , Did you all think that , what is the use of catching the criminal after the criminal had taken place ? NO , None of you all did , and also , understanding the fact that it can be hacked false videos can be made , I HEREBY DECLARE THAT IT IS AN INVASION TO OUR PRIVACY !!!

  • I mean...Obviously..Which a**HOLE would think it doesn't!!!

    Cctv sux. People don't need at all. It invades there privacy fsdfs dfsdf sd f sd fsdfsif juoiufoiudfodufo dof fdfksd oius d fisd sdof sodf osdufo iod fosd fo d gsdfuoisf osdf uosdu foidsu foidu foi oif uosiudf sdfo sdfoiudfio sfo if iosufoisdu osudoiusdoi sdoif usodf usodufsduf soufoisufsfo sidufio sdfi soiduf


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  • Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx-it is helping us fight crime-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx privacy comes second to crime

    90% of shops said that it was cut down crime by :

    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX-SEVENTY FIVE PERCENT-XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

    cctv has also saved lives in places like banks as people are threatened by criminals so vote NO. Turn 84% to 99%

    privacy comes second to murder assault property crime Arson
    Aggravated Assault / Battery
    Attempt
    Bribery
    Child Abandonment
    Child Abuse
    Child Pornography
    Computer Crime
    Conspiracy
    Credit / Debit Card Fraud
    Criminal Contempt of Court
    Cyber Bullying
    Disorderly Conduct
    Disturbing the Peace
    Domestic Violence
    Drug Manufacturing and Cultivation
    Drug Trafficking / Distribution
    DUI / DWI
    Embezzlement
    Extortion
    Forgery
    Fraud
    Harassment
    Hate Crimes
    Homicide
    Indecent Exposure
    Identity Theft
    Insurance Fraud
    Kidnapping
    Manslaughter: Involuntary
    Manslaughter: Voluntary
    Medical Marijuana
    MIP: A Minor in Possession
    Money Laundering
    Murder: First-degree
    Murder: Second-degree
    Open Container Law
    Perjury
    Probation Violation
    Prostitution
    Public Intoxication
    Pyramid Schemes
    Racketeering / RICO
    Rape
    Robbery
    Securities Fraud
    Sexual Assault
    Shoplifting
    Solicitation
    Stalking
    Statutory Rape
    Tax Evasion / Fraud
    Telemarketing Fraud
    Vandalism
    White Collar Crimes
    Wire Fraud
    - See more at: http://criminal.findlaw.com/criminal-charges/view-all-criminal-charges.html#sthash.AxeTPCJH.dpuf

  • Theyre watching us

    The invasion of privacy is insane. Maybe if they were just watching goverment buildins and highways and banks etc. but theyre everywhere. You feel safe but you feel like youre being watched all the time. I think that they have too many all over. They only need them in important places

  • Well, yeah it is an ivasion to privacy

    The huge rise in surveillance and data collection by the state and other organisations risks undermining the long-standing traditions of privacy and individual freedom which are vital for democracy.
    And also cctvs deter the crimes not prevent them.
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  • CC TV Can Be An Invasion of Privacy

    Closed-circuit television is most often used for retail stores, banks, and casinos. Recently, we have seen the number CC TV camera's increase and some believe that they are being taped at almost all times of the day. Camera's have been added to sidewalks and parking lots. As the use increases it is more and more possible for these devices to breech privacy.

  • CCTV is not an invasion of Privacy

    CCTV is only an invasion of privacy if it is placed in locations such as someone's bedroom or bathroom. CCTV is not used to spy on anyone, in fact it is used to deter criminals and catch them in the event of an incident. One day, if something happens to you, you may have to rely on cctv to help catch a criminal

  • I don't think so

    I don't really think that it would because it just really doesn't and it would help a lot of people stop being mean in class and sometimes stop the bullying that goes on day after day so I don,t think that it matters if it is or isn't but i really don,t think that it does.

  • I don't think it is

    As much as I think it is an invasion, it isn't. I mean, thanks to CCTVs, we captured criminals, robbers, murderers, and many other people. We lived with CCTVs for a fair amount of time...Why do we think it's an invasion now? I think, even if it sometimes, does catch private things, it's not like it goes viral. Also, there are no CCTVs where they are not neccessary.

  • CCTV doesn't invade privacy.

    CCTV is not seen by the public and does not invade privacy. Therefore, anything private that can be seen in public should be covered up. For example, you should cover your pin number with your hand at an ATM. This makes sure that any CCTV cameras looking for crime will not see your private details.

  • CCTV doesn't invade privacy.

    CCTV is not seen by the public and does not invade privacy. Therefore, anything private that can be seen in public should be covered up. For example, you should cover your pin number with your hand at an ATM. This makes sure that any CCTV cameras looking for crime will not see your private details.

  • CCTV doesn't invade privacy.

    CCTV is not seen by the public and does not invade privacy. Therefore, anything private that can be seen in public should be covered up. For example, you should cover your pin number with your hand at an ATM. This makes sure that any CCTV cameras looking for crime will not see your private details.

  • CCTV doesn't invade privacy.

    CCTV is not seen by the public and does not invade privacy. Therefore, anything private that can be seen in public should be covered up. For example, you should cover your pin number with your hand at an ATM. This makes sure that any CCTV cameras looking for crime will not see your private details.

  • No no no

    No no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no

  • Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx-it is helping us fight crime-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx privacy comes second to crime

    90% of shops said that it was cut down crime by :

    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX-SEVENTY FIVE PERCENT-XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

    cctv has also saved lives in places like banks as people are threatened by criminals so vote NO. Turn 84% to 99%

    privacy comes second to murder assault property crime Arson
    Aggravated Assault / Battery
    Attempt
    Bribery
    Child Abandonment
    Child Abuse
    Child Pornography
    Computer Crime
    Conspiracy
    Credit / Debit Card Fraud
    Criminal Contempt of Court
    Cyber Bullying
    Disorderly Conduct
    Disturbing the Peace
    Domestic Violence
    Drug Manufacturing and Cultivation
    Drug Trafficking / Distribution
    DUI / DWI
    Embezzlement
    Extortion
    Forgery
    Fraud
    Harassment
    Hate Crimes
    Homicide
    Indecent Exposure
    Identity Theft
    Insurance Fraud
    Kidnapping
    Manslaughter: Involuntary
    Manslaughter: Voluntary
    Medical Marijuana
    MIP: A Minor in Possession
    Money Laundering
    Murder: First-degree
    Murder: Second-degree
    Open Container Law
    Perjury
    Probation Violation
    Prostitution
    Public Intoxication
    Pyramid Schemes
    Racketeering / RICO
    Rape
    Robbery
    Securities Fraud
    Sexual Assault
    Shoplifting
    Solicitation
    Stalking
    Statutory Rape
    Tax Evasion / Fraud
    Telemarketing Fraud
    Vandalism
    White Collar Crimes
    Wire Fraud
    - See more at: http://criminal.findlaw.com/criminal-charges/view-all-criminal-charges.html#sthash.AxeTPCJH.dpuf

  • Don't Like Cameras

    People that say CCTV cameras are an invasion of our privacy aren’t a hundred percent right. If you are doing nothing wrong what is the problem of people checking their homes/ business is safe from the people in the world that make other people feel small, if you feel like cameras are watching you, you are probably doing something wrong.


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