In agreement with the argument, there are some instances where security cameras are engaged too much. There are instances where wash rooms and ablution have been installed with CCTV cameras! In such instances, one can argue that indeed privacy has been invaded. People should have their privacy while they are answering call of nature. Even criminals have to be sure of this. There are alternative ways of tracking criminals when privacy is of paramount importance .
I have a strong conviction that surveillance has reduced the shooting of children in the Chicago area. If there were many cameras spread in the area, there would be less crime spread in the area. Additionally, if cameras are not directed at other people’ houses, there are no issues that can be associated with surveillance cameras.
Given the fact that crime is committed in the street and in areas where thugs and terrorists regard as safe, these areas should be under surveillance cameras. It is for the good and safety of many citizens.
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