Does advanced surveillance affect civil rights and privacy?
Surveillance is the act of monitoring or watching.
- Some can do it through the eyes of the camera or video feed
- Some are undercover people for a corporation
- Advanced Surveillance can protect America's children
- Advanced Surveillance can come at a cheaper cost
- Advanced Surveillance can protect our country
- Some surveillance technology is to be tested for the military
- The technology can be personally abused
- The power of the security industry has become concentrated in a group called power elite, a group comprised of politicians, military officers, and corporate bosses.
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