An Associated Press story, carried on DuluthNewsTribune.com, reports that several Minnesota districts are installing digital surveillance cameras. Two high schools in the Mounds View District spent $260,000 to install digital security systems, while the Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan district is spending even more to put them in elementary schools. Critics, however, contend that these cameras are a violation of students’ civil liberties.
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