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On Camera: Talking Surveillance on the Streets of Manhattan

There are so many surveillance cameras in New York City that civil liberties groups have stopped counting. At last count, there were 8,000 in Manhattan. In a week when surveillance is on the minds of many Americans in light of the attempted bombing in Times Square, Takeaway digital editor Jim Colgan asked New Yorkers if they cared about being watched. And the interviews were all on camera!
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