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You Are Being Watched spotlights the high costs of camera surveillance systems, both in terms of money and civil liberties. Do we want a society where we live under an ever-watchful video eye?

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"CTA rail stations to get high-resolution digital security cameras," Chicago Tribune, September 10, 2009. Online>

"Camera surveillance plan rouses privacy concerns," Chi-Town Daily News, July 20, 2009. Online>

"Chicago Mayor Daley Wants Surveillance Cameras on Every Corner," Opposing Views, April 16, 2009. Online>

"Chicago Links Street Cameras to Its 911 Network," The New York Times, February 20, 2009. Online>

"Chicago video surveillance gets smarter," Associated Press, September 27, 2007. Online>

"The Camera Never Blinks, but It Multiplies," The New York Times, April 23, 2006. Online>

"Law enforcement takes surveillance to audio level," Associated Press, July 5, 2005. Online>

"Chicago Moving to 'Smart' Surveillance Cameras," The New York Times, September 21, 2004. Online>

"Chicago mayor outlines elaborate camera network," Associated Press, September 9, 2004. Online>

"Chicago to install video cameras in high-crime areas," Associated Press, July 10, 2003. Online>


"Columbia, Ill., police have cameras but no rules on use, ACLU says," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, May 1, 2009. Online>


"Elburn to install surveillance cameras at Metra station," DeKalb Daily Chronicle, October 9, 2009. Online>


"Huntley Gets Grant for Surveillance Camera ystem," The Daily Herald, October 12, 2008.  Online>


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