Published at Sunday, December 22nd, 2019 - 04:11:11 AM | Surveillance Cameras | By Adette Krüger
Many cities, businesses, and individuals have installed Closed-Circuit TV (CCTV) cameras for surveillance purposes. London in particular, has installed thousands of surveillance video cameras. New York City with more than 4000 video cameras in just Manhattan, has adopted many of the same strategies as London, and cities across the U.S. are on a comparable path. These cameras make many people feel safer, but this technology can make other people concerned with a perceived loss of privacy. Do the experiences to date, show that surveillance cameras improve the public’s safety?
Video surveillance cameras are becoming common by the day as the IT sector experiences a boom and related technology becomes cheaper and more advanced. There are many types of surveillance cameras such as dome cameras, hidden cameras, smoke detecting cameras, and ”smart” cameras that are equipped with motion detectors.
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