Nov. 19, 2023, 9:40 p.m. | /u/Even-Ad-6431

Privacy & Freedom in the Information Age

Good day, r/privacy community.

My city has been installing security cameras on the streets, I suppose for monitoring traffic. Personally, I don't like this, because I think it's paving the way for mass surveillance in a space that I understand should allow people to move and act freely. It could be that I'm overthinking it, the cameras are one-way, they don't have a motor to move in another direction. However, in the adjoining village, they have installed cameras capable of …

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