Yup, every single one.
At this point, the city says it will be taking photos of license plates, just to keep track of possible felons, and perhaps to grab pix of stolen vehicles. The cameras will be tied to a data base that will flag cars - and, of course, their drivers.
But suppose this system gets used for other purposes? Suppose the system gets used by the city's merchants to figure out who is driving in and out of town and uses it to target them for some sales pitches.
A good hacker might use the system to figure out when people are not home.
All the ramblings of a paranoid, one might suppose.
And considering all the data that grocery stores, banks, credit card companies and universities collect, perhaps one more intrusion into what passes for privacy in 2009 isn't that great.
But this time - these cameras - seem to be such an obvious affront, it's amazing that the city is willing to sell itself out so cheaply.
And what city will be next?