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Video surveillance: Do surveillance cameras avoid invading privacy?

  • Expect Surveillance Everywhere

    In public places such as government buildings, store parking lots and on public streets, you can expect video surveillance cameras to see everything that goes on. Store owners have a right to protect their property from theft with the use of video cameras. Cameras avoid invading privacy because they don't zoom in on your driver's license, credit card or Social Security number. They are simply there to provide owners with a means to capture criminals who steal things.

  • As long as they are not in the homes.

    I have never really thought surveillance cameras were really invading someone's privacy. For the most part, they are out and about in complete public areas, in which I would imagine most people would be smart enough to not exploit their private in personal lives in areas that are not behind closed doors.

  • Used properly they do

    Video surveillance cameras avoid invading privacy if they are used in a manner that helps protect the owner from invasion. A camera does not have the ability make a decision how it is used, that is up to the person that sets it up. If that person uses the camera in an invasive manner, then it is on the person.

  • Surveillance cameras can exist without invading privacy.

    Surveillance cameras set up in the rigth areas can be a benefit for people while avoiding the invasion of that persons privacy. I think that security cameras are a great deterrent against criminals and any other type of wrongdoing that you can think of. I am for surveillance cameras in general.

  • Yes, they monitor public activity.

    Yes, surveillance cameras avoid invading privacy, because they only monitor public activities. When a person is in a public space, they are doing things that anyone can observe. The government does not violate anyone's rights when it records activities that happen in public. This cannot be seen as an invasion of individual privacy.

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  • Cameras Can't Avoid Anything

    I do not believe cameras avoid invading privacy. Cameras are inanimate objects that are devoid of thought and freedom. Cameras, especially security cameras, are not installed with privacy in mind. They are there to provide more security and if something does happen, it simply provides photographic evidence. Privacy is something I expect at home, in my car, on my cell phone; not while I'm shopping at Wal-Mart.

  • surveillance invades privacy

    Though there could certainly be very strict rules in place that could prevent surveillance cameras from invading the privacy of the citizens they watch, at this point I do not think that these rules exist. There simply isn't enough regulation that prevents the cameras from being inappropriately used, resulting in privacy issues.


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