Canada Adding 11,000 Cameras to Its Security System

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Talk about insecurity.  The government of Canada has just approved the implementation of 11,000 cameras in its buses, street cars, trains and train stations to comply with “privacy standards.”  Although crtitics are saying there is no precedent for such a blanket security system the government is marching forth in its efforts to have the system up and running by 2011There are already cameras in every station and on 300 buses but the addition of the 11,000 eyes should leave no corner, crook or cranny unobserved.  Civil liberty groups have expressed concern about privacy and the government has conducted a study that said the amount suggested (11,000) complies with “privacy standards.”  For the rest of this story

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