Posted 8 months ago on April 5, 2013, 9:06 p.m. EST by windyacres
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I recently proposed on this forum that cameras be installed in all government offices. I expect many people to feel this is unnecessary because the quality of people working in these offices would make this an unnecessary expense, not to mention of, "hurrying", Big Brother privacy concerns. These concerns of yours are reality for a significant percentage of Americans already and have been for years. There could be agreed upon rare exceptions for national security matters. The judgement of a higher class of people not needing to be watched is absurd when we all believe massive corruption is taking place. Forget the expense argument, we can cover the costs.
It's time to insure our private lives have some privacy, and will have future privacy, so we need to have transparency over surveillance in some way.
Why do we believe our government is corrupt, but doesn't need Instant Replay to help us see who is responsible?