@finn Sounds like a local decided this was the way to "fight crime" in their neighborhood.


@thenomad probably. I saw both of them near the convention center expansion construction site, and based on the signage around that and other nearby construction sites, they're concerned about that sort of thing. They have lots of real cameras around there too, which are very clearly real because they have real brands and have plausible cable routing

@finn @thenomad without knowing the context, my first impression was "bad art installation that is further normalizing surveillance"

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