DataBank: Accepting Video Surveillance in Public Places
While the specter of Big Brother remains a concern for many citizens across the United States, results from a recent survey suggest the use of video surveillance is growing in acceptance as a means of deterring crime in public places. According to an online poll commissioned by 3VR Inc., banks (66 percent) and parking lots (62 percent) appear to be the locations where Americans believe video surveillance can make the largest positive security impact. The poll, conducted by IBOPE Zogby Int’l, surveyed nearly 2,000 adults of all ages.
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