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Quiet installation of cameras in Newton schools sparks debate

Right to privacy, security collide

By Rachana Rathi
Globe Staff / January 15, 2008

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In the City of Newton, where civil liberties and liberal politics run deep, disclosure that two local schools installed security cameras without informing faculty, the School Committee, or the school community has touched off a debate pitting the right to privacy against protecting valuables in the schools. (Full article: 683 words)

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