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Mr Bonner said: 'We always make the requests polite, and if the offender obeys, the operator adds 'thank you'. We think that's a nice finishing touch.
'It would appear that the offenders are the only ones who find the audio cameras intrusive. The vast majority of people welcome these cameras.
'Put it this way, we never have requests to remove them.'
from David in Atlanta, GA, USA
I don't think this would work in Atlanta. Nobody cares. They would steal the cameras.
Originally posted by xmotex
You even get free govertment drug screening, and maybe eventually a free government camera in your bedroom.
Originally posted by jlc163
...and in such a situation, I'd flip the byrd at the camera. If it's something I want to do, no camera would stop me, simply enough.
Originally posted by rich23
Some of us do care... the UK already leads the world in the number of cameras... why not put loudspeakers on them? England prevails...
Originally posted by Bikereddie
I have no problem with the cameras, or the loud speakers devices fitted to them.
Basically, if you step out of line, then you will be warned. What better deterrent than being humiliated in public? If it works, then i am all for it.
Originally posted by thelibra
Originally posted by Souljah
I suggest installing a 0.50 machine gun alongside camera and speakers.
So you receive a fair 20 second warning before getting shot at.
Yes, but only if the warning sounds like this.
Big Brother is now Shouting at YOU
Install a 0.50 Machin gun alongside the camera and the speaker and in a voice of ED-209;
"Please pick up the litter. You have 20 seconds to comply then we open Fire!"