It is outrageous that a person who robs a convenience store and shoots the clerk might have his privacy violated if the store has a security camera.
If a bank robber gets caught on video, not only should the case be thrown out of court, but also the alleged criminal should be compensated for the stress caused by being under surveillance.
Perhaps once the South Carolina legislature finishes addressing the horrible injustices of traffic cameras, it could turn its attention to banning the rest of these pesky, intrusive security systems, including those at private residences.
Then, when someone doing 86 mph on the interstate is pulled over in person by the authorities, the trooper can let him or her go, not with a warning, but with an apology for the inconvenience.
Steve NapoliHilton Head Island