If you live in Chicago all you have to do is look around you and I guarantee you will see a camera, or two ... or six or 10. Chi-Town is the second most watched city in America, with Atlanta being number one.
With technology so advanced, and everybody carrying a cell phone these days, you can basically say that you are being watched all the time, 24/7. And because of that I don't know why it seems as though crime doesn't decrease, as a matter of fact it seems like it has become worse over the years, but that's another story. There are thousands of cameras in the city of Chicago alone.
No matter where we go, or where we are located somebody is always watching. Cameras are literally everywhere, from street poles, to traffic lights, to restaurants and shopping malls -- and that doesn't even include the thousands of cameras that are attached to personal property such as homes, garages and cars. So the bottom line is be careful in your movement because somebody is watching you right now.