Apr 22, 2013 (Talk of the Nation) — Investigators in the Boston Marathon bombings were able to identify the suspects using footage from surveillance cameras. Some believe that this shows the need for surveillance cameras in public spaces, while others believe that such cameras encroach on our civil liberties.
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Read The Full Opinion PiecesFarhad Manjoo, Slate.com, "We Need More Cameras, And We Need Them Now"
Falguni A. Sheth and Robert E. Prasch, Salon.com, "In Boston, Our Bloated Surveillance State Didn't Work"
Gordon Crovitz, Wall Street Journal, "In Praise of Surveillance Cameras"
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