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TolunaTeam

  71 months ago

Opinion of the Week; Do you feel law enforcement cameras are an invasion of privacy and why?
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How does it work? The Toluna Team and Toluna Team CA accounts will each post a topic on their profile every Tuesday, starting with “Opinion of the Week…” Write a quality opinion on that topic and we will choose 1 random winner for each the US and Canada’s topics, to win 3,000 points.

Ground Rules: Open to US and CA members only. Every Tuesday the TolunaTeam and TolunaTeamCA will each create a topic on their profiles regarding a specific theme, and ask members to provide their opinion. One winner will be selected from each the US and Canada to win 3,000 points. Winners will be chosen at random from all eligible posts. Eligible posts must be in compliance with the Toluna Member Code of Conduct. Opinion of the Week winners will be announced within 1 week from launch of Topic, and bonus points credited to member accounts via direct credit.
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momlove02

  71 months ago
what kind of country we want to be and what kind of future we will build together.First we have to build an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top. That means we need new jobs, good jobs with rising incomes. I want us to invest in you. I want us to invest in your future. That means jobs in infrastructure and advanced manufacturing, innovation and technology, clean renewable energy and small business because most of the new jobs will come from small business. We also have to make the economy fairer.
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AubyDew

  71 months ago
No! I do not feel like it is an invasion of privacy at all. They are there to protect both the public and the officers who wear them. Without them it would be a big he said she said mess. This makes it simply cut and dry.
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V33JG

  71 months ago
Not at all! I think its a great idea! Especially with all the deaths involving law enforcement these days. There are cameras in many, if not most, other work environments - if you have a desk job or you're a barista, there are most likely cameras. PLUS, our tax dollars go to pay the wages of those in law enforcement.
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boufiedog

  71 months ago
no I do not it protect us and them. they need it to protect themselves from false accusations.
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lhousler

  71 months ago
No, they are not an invasion of privacy. As long as the law enforcement cameras are placed within public places then no they do not invade the privacy of citizens. I don't do anything in public that I wouldn't want law enforcement or anyone else to see anyways so knowing that I am on camera would not disturb me in the least. It would actually make me feel safer. Sad that life has come to this, but it has. Putting them in private property is another matter.
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Stephamaboble16

  71 months ago
I have no issue with adding law enforcement cameras. Whether they be body cameras on the officers or cameras on our streets and parking lots. If anything it gives more accountability for everyone. The more places law enforcement has eyes the more criminals they can catch. They more police officers that have body cameras on them, the more likely they are to be held accountable for any actions they take.
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paulman

  71 months ago
No, I do not. If you're doing something wrong, then you know you shouldn't do it in public in the first place so if you're stupid enough to do so, you will be easier to catch. The only people who will think this is an invasion of privacy are really criminals.
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zoeybaby71

  71 months ago
The media just edits the damn videos anyhow, the cameras in my option does no good.
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Mvdensing

  71 months ago
No, we need it for our protection and security... If there are cameras all around especially in public places and roads. People will feel more safer and criminals will be afraid to their crimes because they know they will be caught on camera.
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Redonejda2014

  71 months ago
When police are questioning they should shut cameras off. When they are out patroling, they should have them on.
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