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TolunaTeam

  64 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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Rezbien

  63 months ago
Absolutely!
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SandraR69

  63 months ago
No, I think it is best to err on the side of caution than risk societies safety because someone always wants to make a major issue out of everything
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js42411

  64 months ago
no. they provide a record of what happened. no need to remember anything or not remember anything. it is all recorded as it happened.
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Tina.noh8

  64 months ago
No, because I think they can provide a third person look at a situation. Sometimes people wish the opportunity had been there for a camera. Now there is a chance to see how it works and then if things worse off then get rid of them, so long as still under review.
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kingswe3

  64 months ago
I do not like them but I understand the need.
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lizzy6886

  64 months ago
The country is falling apart and it is because of taking religion & Jesus Christ out. So long as that keeps going on then world will continue to deteriorate. You got to keep Christ in our lives.
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samantha.stevens

  64 months ago
Yes and no, let me explain why I say both. Yes, it's not only a safety precaution for the officers but video doesn't lie! There are a lot of shady people out there that will do just about anything to get out of trouble with the law, not to mention vindictive ex's that will try to stick it to you any way they can! The only way video cameras on officers would be invasion of privacy is, like others have mentioned, if turned on in bathrooms, gym locker rooms, ect.
No, when the police are called on you or if the police catch you doing something wrong, you shouldn't have any privacy. It seems to me that if someone that is being questioned by the police and they have a problem with privacy and because the officer(s) have video cameras, that would red flag guilt or at the least seem like they are trying to hide something. But with all the news stories that have been spread across the media lately, the videos are not helping, they are hurting public opinion because media sources are not showing/telling the entire story.
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skittles4203

  64 months ago
No, I think they are able to prove more than harm! It can show what really happened, on either side! Great thing for police officers to have!
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maddog12

  64 months ago
I do not think law enforcement cameras are an invasion of privacy. I think they are a legitimate means of keeping people on the up and up and holding people responsible for their actions.
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movia.carroll56

  64 months ago
my natural reaction would be to say yes, but based on the high level of crime and disorder, recklessness and disregard for life, I believe that these cameras as a necessity as they might be able to provide a third eye or view or a measure of objectivity on what took place.
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