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Surveillance targeted to convention

Wide network of cameras planned

By Ralph Ranalli and Rick Klein
Globe Staff / July 18, 2004

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An unprecedented number of video cameras will be trained on Boston during the Democratic National Convention, with Boston police installing some 30 cameras near the FleetCenter, the Coast Guard using infrared devices and night-vision cameras in the harbor, and dozens of pieces of surveillance equipment mounted on downtown buildings to monitor crowds for terrorists, unruly demonstrators, and ordinary street crime. (Full Article: 1326 Words)

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