Ubiquitous Cameras & Privacy in Public

My earlier discussion of privacy as Contextual Integrity builds on the problem of “privacy in public and how public surveillance has become a part of a modern citizen’s everyday life. This AP article drives home just how ubiquitous surveillance cameras have become. (I especially like the photo of the surveillance camera underneath the street sign for Constitution Avenue.)

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