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IS VIDEO SURVEILLANCE GOING TOO FAR?

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Don\u27t think you are being watched? Think again. Everyday new types of video surveillance are being implemented. Among the newest uses are cameras mounted on school buses to catch those who do not stop and cameras installed on the outside of buildings in high crime areas. Professor John Neiman says there is no definitive solution from the courts as to when surveillance constitutes an invasion of privacy. To read the complete story, see the Gwinnett Daily Post. The article title is \u22I spy: Cameras pop up all over the county.\u22 It was published 5/7/06, and the author is Andria Simmons

Publisher: Digital Commons @ Georgia Law
Year: 2006
OAI identifier: oai:digitalcommons.law.uga.edu:in_the_news-1385
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