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Pervasive Camera Coverage in This City Has the Police Saying People Likely Appear on a Monitor Dozens, Possibly Hundreds of Times a Day


"The numbers are huge."

Oakland City Council votes to expand surveillance through creation of a Domain Awareness Center. (Photo: Shutterstock.com)

Though you may not see them, cameras in many U.S. cities surely see you.

Take San Francisco as an example. There, Sgt. Michael Andraychak with the San Francisco Police Department told KPIX-TV someone walking on public streets could turn up on surveillance monitors dozens, possibly hundreds times in a day, "depending on your routine and where your travels take you."

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