Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Noticing That You Are Being Watched Could Flag You as a "Suspicious Person"
It is OK for the people's government to spend tax money on expensive cameras to watch us on the street of America, but if you stops to notice just how you are being watched, some government employee behind the camera might decide that your curiosity is actually suspicious behavior. You could end up in a video database with other suspicious characters. After all, the FBI lists being "overly concerned about privacy" as an "indicator of terrorist" activity. We are purchasing these public surveillance cameras for our own peace of mind. Are we feeling more at ease yet?