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Security Cameras and Privacy In the fight against crime, police forces and governments are increasingly using security cameras in public places. Some people are opposed to this, saying that it invades our privacy. What do you think?


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Security Cameras and Privacy In the fight against crime, police forces and governments are increasingly using security cameras in public places. Some people are opposed to this, saying that it invades our privacy. What do you think?

In todays modern world crime has taken many new faces and has adapted to the new age. There is no reason why the police forces should stay behind. Security cameras are the new age technology that helps police identify the theft and catch the criminals. There are arguments that security cameras invade people’s privacy. This essay examines the importance of security cameras and its usefulness to stop crime.

Crime today has been increasing with an alarming rate. The fugitives have become smart and their crimes smarter. The police forces and the government have started putting up cameras in public places to keep a watch over any kind of crime. This helps in catching the criminals liv ...

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