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Video Surveillance Debate

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Video Surveillance Debate

Video Surveillance Debate

Video Surveillance Debate

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The events of Sept. 11 increased the push to use technology such as closed-circuit video cameras and facial recognition software to help track terrorism suspects. But privacy advocates worry that terrorists won't be the only ones under surveillance. On Morning Edition, a report on hidden cameras in New York City, followed by a Justice Talking debate of experts on both sides of the issue.