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Are security cameras an invasion of privacy?

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on 19 November 2013

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Transcript of Are security cameras an invasion of privacy?

Security cameras cause irritation and discomfort since we know that somebody is watching us. So we cannot concentrate on our work fully. It makes us feel, that they monitor us because don't trust us enough. With that thought going on inside your head, it will be hard to focus on the individual's work.
Security cameras deters crime from happening.When a vandal sees a camera watching him, he would most likely won’t vandalize. Or when someone wants to steal a car or rob a house, he will probably think twice before doing so when he sees the surveillance installed.
Personal View
My opinion is that security cameras are not an invasion of privacy since no one would want their crime monitored by the security cameras. So, security cameras will discourage the robbers or thieves from committing crimes.
Are security cameras an invasion of privacy?
Security camera: A camera that is used to prevent crime and monitor certain areas

Privacy: The ability of an individual or group to seclude themselves or information about themselves and thereby, reveal themselves selectively.
Pro: security cameras are an invasion of privacy.
Con: Security cameras are needed to prevent crime.
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