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  1. RetiredGySgt
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    I am paranoid, I distrust big Government generally.

    Having said that, I am also able to understand the needs and powers that are needed for A good Government to do its primary job of protecting its citizens.

    I do not believe, for example, that cameras in PUBLIC spaces are an infringement on anyone's right to privacy. And then there is this...

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070810/ap_on_re_us/e_z_divorces

    Basicly the electronic system used to get through toll booths can and has been used to find criminals and to discredit partners in a divorce. I see no problem with that either. Toll roads are also public roads, you should not have any expectation of privacy in public spaces.

    I agree with the guy at the end. Do not use such systems if you don't want your movements open to discovery.
     
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    I have no objection. :neutral:
     
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    I'm OK with public surveillance. What are you trying to say?
     

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