Should policies regulate use of surveillance cameras?

10/20/2008 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

The prevalence of school video-surveillance cameras to deter vandalism and other crimes often comes without policies to safeguard student privacy, some opponents say. Officials contend such systems are generally used only by administrators or police to search for perpetrators after an incident has occurred.

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