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+ - Creepy Cameraman Pushes Public Surveillance Limits 2 2

theodp writes: People seem to be okay with constant corporate or government video surveillance in public. Let a lone individual point a video camera their way, however, and tempers flare. GeekWire takes a look at the antics and videos of Seattle's mysterious Surveillance Camera Man, who walks up to people and records them for no apparent reason other than to make a point: How is what he’s doing different than those stationary surveillance cameras tucked away in buildings and public places?
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Creepy Cameraman Pushes Public Surveillance Limits

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