etrainIn order to continue lowering crime rates, New York City’s MTA put their first surveillance cameras in four subway cars of the E train Monday. The trial surveillance system, which is in effect for one year, will be used to document images of the train’s passenger regions. It is not meant to record the every moment of passengers in real-time. These recordings can provide physical evidence of criminal activities or terrorism attempts and can help immensely in investigating and prosecuting criminals.

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