Very understandable thoughts from each side of the safety/privacy spectrum. The issue is the technology. With traditional security cameras, privacy is not an option. Check out how cameras were effectively put to use in Brookline, Mass: http://ow.ly/3ZcwT
This technology protects privacy by placing “eyelids” over the cameras, so that they are only opened during high risk periods (like at night) and emergencies so that responders can see firsthand what is going on. It’s the best of both worlds – safety and privacy.
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