Right to privacy sacrificed for sense of security
To the Editor:
A couple of school resource officers come back from a seminar or class at the Department of Homeland Security (heartwarming title, isn’t it?) and tell the parents of Souhegan students that the way for them to feel secure is to look up anywhere in school and see a video camera looking back?
The DHS first makes us feel insecure, then suddenly shows us how to be secure while giving up some more of the right to privacy.