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 August 11, 2009  Posted by  Non-U.S., Surveillance

China’s police say they have installed 2.75 million surveillance cameras since 2003 and are expanding the system into the largely neglected countryside.

The cameras are the most visible components of police surveillance and notification systems installed around the country, mainly in urban areas, according to a news release posted Monday on the Public Security Ministry’s Web site.

Read more from the AP in the Chicago Tribune.

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