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Arguments against photo radar

You are being watched. From street corners and roadsides, bank machines and satellites, video cameras record our every move. For police forces, photo radar, street surveillance, cruiser cams and tiny cameras have become efficient crime-fighting tools, gathering irrefutable proof of criminal activity and deterring would-be lawbreakers. For others, video surveillance is an uncomfortable erosion of civil liberties, the unblinking eyes of Big Brother.

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The president of Pointts lays out the case against photo radar.

Medium: Radio
Program: Metro Morning
Broadcast Date: Oct. 15, 1994
Guest(s): Brian Lawrie
Host: Maureen Taylor
Duration: 5:25

Last updated: May 13, 2013

Page consulted on November 10, 2014

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