Debate Brews over London Surveillance Cameras

London is filled with security cameras; they're practically on every corner. Police say they're invaluable in solving crimes, and they're likely to figure prominently in the investigation into last week's bombings in the city. But there are complaints that the cameras infringe on Londoners' civil liberties, and some critics say they aren't quite the boon to law enforcement that some people claim.

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