Under the plan, private businesses that remain open more than 12 hours a day and bars that remain open until last call would have to install the cameras also. The bill as written now would not require that businesses hook up their mandatory cameras to city networks, but Chicago Tribune reports that eventually, "the city does plan to link cameras in office and apartment buildings and other private properties to its system."
Better enforcement of the new smoking ban, perchance?
Yep! The old slippery slope has turned into a steep hill and covered with ice.
Cameras are the next logical step.
The word hasn't been invented yet to describe the depth of loathing I have for these tyrants.
I remember when I read 1984 about 40 years ago I said to myself "This stuff will never happen. I was wrong.