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19-11-2003, 16:38
Police Consider "Big Brother" Anti-Crime System

The Issue
The Police department is considering installing surveillance cameras in all major public areas, in an effort to crack down on crime.

The Debate
1."This is a blatant invasion of the right to privacy!" says libertarian web site operator Jean-Paul Love. "Now I can't even go out in public any more without being watched? And you know this is just the beginning. Today there are cameras in city streets. Tomorrow they're peering through your bedroom window."

This is the position your government is preparing to adopt.

3."This 'slippery slope' argument has got me thinking," says Police Minister Bianca Shiomi. "You know, it would be a lot easier to fight crime if we watched people all the time. Not with cameras, of course. That's clearly an invasion of privacy. But how about a national database of our citizens, coupled with compulsory ID cards and barcoding? It would stop crime dead in its tracks."

What one should I do?
HC Eredivisie
19-11-2003, 17:15
3 off course :roll:
19-11-2003, 17:23
thanks. I think it is good to.
20-11-2003, 03:55
Depends on how much you value civil rights. If you do, go with option 2, if not got for 3.
20-11-2003, 15:02
I have another issues.

My farmers want 25% more money what do I do?
20-11-2003, 15:42
Give them it.
20-11-2003, 15:42
Give them it.
The Basenji
20-11-2003, 17:32
Giving it to them will add to your taxes, and reduce your econmy. Let the company fire them, there are always more people who need jobs in the country. It's not your bussiness, (Unless your gonernment owns everything! :lol: ), so why decide what they should do? Let the bussiness do what they think is right.

~The Barkless Land of The Basenji~
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20-11-2003, 17:49
Cool, thanks dude.
21-11-2003, 15:00
Anything for you, mate.