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Video surveillance: Is video surveillance in public places justifiable?

  • Nothing wrong with doing this.

    Having a video surveillance in public places provides nothing but security to the people that put it there. It does not interfere with our lives and they feel safer being able to use it without causing any issues. The only problem it could cause is if they took video footage and posted it publicly which would interfere with the people involved in the video. As long as they do not do that then it should not be a problem.

  • Yes, video surveillance is fine.

    Personally, I don't mind video surveillance, especially if it makes the world a safer place to be. As we know, the Boston marathon bombers were identified in part by video. If we have nothing to hide, then there's no reason to worry about it. That being said, there should be guidelines in place, so that people are protected from surveillance in such places as public restrooms and dressing rooms.

  • Yes, it cuts down on crime.

    Yes, video surveillance in public places is justifiable, because of its potential to solve crimes. If a child is missing, they can look for the child in public surveillance videos. With facial recognition technology, it might become much easier to find missing children. If someone is robbed, the video surveillance can make it easier to catch the guilty party.

  • Catches Criminals, Keeps the Peace

    Video surveillance in public places is perfectly justifiable because it is a public place. If you want privacy, stay at home. Public video surveillance helps catch criminals and keep the public safe. Without video surveillance, the Boston bombers would not have been caught. School shooters won't be prosecuted without video cameras. The technology is so simple and is everywhere, you can expect that in a public place there will be video monitoring. If you aren't a criminal and aren't doing anything wrong, you have nothing to worry about when it comes video surveillance in public places.

  • Public place are just that - public

    Yes, I think that video surveillance in public places is justifiable. It is a matter of safety. Many public places are vandalized and robbed. These camera provide the oversight that is needed to, in some case deter, prosecute offenders that act illegally at these establishments. If the area is public, then one should not do things that they do not wish the public to see.

  • Video Surveillance Is Fine In Public Places

    Video surveillance, in public places, is perfectly justifiable to me. There are plenty of videos that have helped identify criminals who attempt violent crimes in public and that is enough to make me believe that these closed circuit systems are a good idea. For the average person, they are a hidden fact of life that never affects us.

  • Video surveillance in public places is justifiable

    Public video surveillance doesn't violate individual rights. It can be used to solve crimes, and in some cases, prevent them. It can be used to monitor traffic and other activity, allowing metropolitan areas an opportunity to make changes in traffic patterns and routes. Video surveillance can also be used to increase security and target hazards in public places. The benefits outweigh the risks to individual liberty.

  • They bad yeah

    They ruin de enviomenrt and people might be seen in da nude and it is the very very veryvery bad you know what i mean becuase i think i am right and you all wrong so we need to get rid off the security camresa in the worl so yeah

  • They bad yeah

    They ruin de enviomenrt and people might be seen in da nude and it is the very very veryvery bad you know what i mean becuase i think i am right and you all wrong so we need to get rid off the security camresa in the worl so yeah


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