Are cameras in public an invasion of privacy

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THIS IS MY TOPIC FOR MY PAPER I NEED 600 WORDS ON .......Are cameras in public an invasion of privacy?

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Running Head: SECURITY CAMERAS AND PRIVACY

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Security Cameras and Privacy
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Running Head: SECURITY CAMERAS AND PRIVACY

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Are cameras in public an invasion of privacy?
According to me, security cameras that are usually placed in public areas like in malls
and supermarkets are not an invasion of privacy for the people in such buildings. As far as I am
concerned, the benefits of installing the security cameras outweigh the disadvantages with a
greater margin. In most cases, people claim that these cameras invade their privacy because they
feel that someone is observing their moves in places where these cameras are fixed. The point is,
in most situations, people only think of the negative side about this issue, they don’t see the...

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