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A number of civil rights groups have been critical of New York City and other cities because they believe that cameras are a violation of privacy. Further, they believe that the purported benefits do not outweigh the disadvantages. They question if the camera will provide useable information.
Should cities install camera systems to observe what is occurring on the streets? How effective are such camera systems in your estimation? (although it says in your estimation, you should look for supporting detail/sources to support your estimation.)

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