Jan 182011
 
 January 18, 2011  Non-U.S., U.S.

From the sure-we-could-use-more-cameras dept.:

A network of 7,000 surveillance cameras has been set up in south-west China’s Guizhou province to help protect the public and key institutions, xinhuanet.com reported Tuesday.

Dubbed the ‘Skynet Project’, 7,270 cameras will monitor key sections of the province such as toll stations, highway exits and entrances, roads linking counties, according to an official at a working conference held in Guizhou, capital of the province.

Read more in The Straits Times.

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