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It's also matters segment tonight as you know surveillance cameras on a department store broke the Boston -- bombing case wide open.
And now there's a debate on whether more security cameras should be put in public spaces.
The people who are worried about.
Have a legitimate worry but we live in a complex world where you're gonna have to have a level of security greater.
Menu did back in the olden days if you will and our laws and our interpretation of the constitution.
I think have to change.
I didn't at a replied that Foxx as a senator -- -- disagree with -- Mayor Bloomberg.
About a ton of things but not that really these cameras are going to grow and that's okay I disagree I don't think the constitution needs to change the constitution forbids unreasonable searches.
I don't take a camera is death toll of a right to privacy also.
You know all part of the abortion debate was a privacy issue if you can believe it.
In the Supreme Court decision -- -- -- But privacy now what basically is going to happen is happening is once you step out of your house.
You know I'm a privacy anymore that's it it you.
Many -- you never did we reporters always were very defensive about saying we in public we have a right to take pictures of people on public property absolutely -- -- -- when you go into people's homes that's another story but these cameras are in public if you're outdoors.
Today you have to assume.
You may be photographed all right -- you don't have any problem with this what it creeps me out it can be abused the -- of the government monitoring people is a little creepy say Els Alabama State troopers were caught zooming in on women's breasts and buttocks and passing them around -- their friends putting that on and on cable TV so they can be abuses obviously.
-- you know they got cameras now in New York State all over the place to see if you jump a light or something like that.
And those are actually causing accidents because people slamming on the breaks does -- want to cabinet pick you -- so there are unintended consequences to.
This mass of cameras society that we're building up.
But as they get smaller and cheaper there will be more of them now they're talking about software where.
They can make -- like someone leaves a -- in a public place that the camera would somehow tell the police go check that out.
It hasn't really come yet but that will call -- technology X ray technology you'd see through stuff.
That's coming you know that's common is going to be a good whenever -- -- and it was here it's at.
Yeah Hamas has done it that's -- -- let's look out here it is right here with the terrorists in a boat.
They were able to take -- to see this guy where he was and what he was doing that absolutely gonna happen so we're all going to be naked.
That's what's gonna happen everybody's going to be naked parties in ten years you knew walk along and have a camera goes right through your clothes right for you back.
The town of Cambridge where these guys -- voted against cameras they put -- up a -- they didn't connects they didn't connect.
So I think now they're glad that these cameras are out there so you believe that it's nobody's.
Gonna stop this that that the brave new world -- America is going to be cameras in public places everywhere.
And the technology is going to be there and that's just that.
They're already are most of the cameras are not the government their private security guy that's what happened Lord & Taylor took that that thing but Lord & Taylor can't put -- in jail.
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