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ACLU of Washington State, You're On Camera. (August 2008) Running time: 05:04.




"Cheney approves camera use in the downtown area," Cheney Free Press, April 30, 2009. Online>


""Snohomish police chief proposes street cameras," KOMO News 4, September 4, 2009. Online>

"Port of Everett rethinks using cameras to catch golf-ball bomber," HeraldNet, May 22, 2009. Online>

"Everett School District sued for records," Lynnwood Enterprise, March 19, 2009. Online>

"Everett bans secret videotaping in classrooms," HeraldNet, January 23, 2009. Online>

 "Representative introduces bill to regulate video surveillance in classrooms." MSNBC, January 20, 2009. Online>

Federal Way

"Remote–Controlled Cameras to Fight Crime," NPR Station KUOW, May 27, 2009. Online>

"Federal Way sets up camera net to fight crime," Seattle Post Intelligencer, May 25, 2009. Online>

"Federal Way expects camera net to cut crime," Tacoma News Tribune, May 24, 2009.  Online>


"Lawsuit brought against peeper," The Spokesman-Review, June 4, 2009. Online>

"Under Surveillance: Government spy cameras proliferate," Scripps Howard News Service, June 22, 2006. Online>

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