Boston: Privacy vs. Security

On this episode of Breaking the SetAmeera David reports on a call for more security and surveillance in the wake of the Boston tragedy.

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  • Ted Heistman

    *inappropriate remark regarding attractiveness and sex appeal of News correspondent*

    • Ittabena

      Again we disagree. I think your remark would have been very appropriate. Was thinking same thing!

      More cameras and mentioning beauty is not PC. What have we come to?

      • Ted Heistman

        OK she’s Hot!

        • Ittabena

          Yup, though I wouldn’t turn Abby away if she needed a place to stay the night either.

  • BuzzCoastin

    0:44 “more can only help more”
    where’s that article on the sheeple thing here?

    I have some more thoughts about that

  • BuzzCoastin

    honest to god moron spambot
    are humans really this fucking stupid
    that it’s worth doing this?

    that fact that this bot exists
    indicates there is no hope for the masses

    I wonder what there click rate to by in ratio is here?
    I’m sure USA Toady is around 75%

  • Len

    Think about what surveillance will be like in the future. Just let your mind freely see.
    The object will not be security, but control.

    • Ittabena

      We know. Remember where you are.

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