Privacy vs. security: electronic surveillance in the nation's capital

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On March 22, 2002, RAND Senior Policy Analyst John Woodward testified before a hearing of the Subcommittee on the District of Columbia of the House Committee on Government Reform. The subcommittee convened the hearing in response to law enforcement's use of video surveillance at public areas in Washington, D.C. The testimony focuses on reasons for and concerns about the use of such technology, the legal status quo with respect to such use, options for Congress to consider, and issues related to future use of electronic surveillance and other technologies.

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