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Would end cover ups and lower crime rate, but...

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posted on Feb, 28 2008 @ 04:47 PM
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...how would you act/behave if everything you did was being recorded in every way possible?

Let me give you an idea of what I mean by everything:

Lets say there was a mandate that all passenger vehilces (from cars to planes to boats to etc) had to have installed camers in them turned to whoever sits in the the driver seat and whoever sits in the passenger seats...There was also a mandate that all places of staying (from houses to apartments to motels to hotels to stores to resturaunts to businesses to etc) had to have installed cameras in them and just outside them turned to capture a wide view so just about everything a person does in the place or just outside the surrounding of the place can be recorded. All that would end most cover ups and lower crime rate. The thing is, is the mandate didnt mean you would be watched live, no, it just means you would be recorded in case some authority wanted to reveiw the recordings. And these recordings would be protected by law as property of the government just so to pend you with a crime if you're ever caught damaging the recording or obstucting the recording's view intentionally.

So would it make you more or less parnoid?
Would it change you in how you act/behave, since you'd never know if and when the recordings would be reveiwed with or without your knowledge?




posted on Feb, 28 2008 @ 10:14 PM
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It'd strip people of their free will.. Not a good thing



posted on Feb, 29 2008 @ 02:19 PM
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Well for starters paranoid people would be considered normal. lol. Though they are doing this areas of New York, currently, and it has proven thus far to not deter crime at all.



 
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