Do you think police should be able to use high-tech hidden surveillance equipment at music festivals?
Asked at Massachusetts Street on September 15, 2006
“No. I think it’s an invasion of privacy. Just because you’re in public doesn’t mean they should be able to spy on you.”
“No, they should not. If they see it, they see it. If they don’t, they don’t. It should be plain sight only.”
“Yes, for the protection of the people who are attending the event. So they can relax, enjoy themselves and know that they’re safe.”
“I would say no, unless there is a threat of violence. I don’t think that nonviolent criminal activity warrants undisclosed surveillance.”