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New South Wales Premier Barry O’Farrell has said the government will move to enact legislation to ensure the continued use of closed-circuit television cameras (CCTV) on public streets after an invasion-of-privacy incident prompted officials to turn off the cameras, The Sydney Morning Herald reports. O’Farrell said CCTV “has proven essential in assisting police” and cameras are “a vital tool in the fight against crime, and I am determined to ensure they remain so.” O’Farrell also has asked the attorney general “to seek urgent advice on the implications and whether legislative amendments are required to validate the continued use of CCTV.” In the U.S., meanwhile, during Sunday’s airing of Meet the Press, a U.S. lawmaker discussed the importance of camera surveillance to curb terrorism in the context of the Boston Marathon bombings.
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