Over the years, I've noticed the number of cameras along the roads. Some at intersections mounted on traffic lights and many just on poles. Many of these cameras take video as well as shoot still photos. The cameras that I've screen shot are owned and maintained by Georgia DOT. There was an accident at the intersection where the cement truck is turning a few months ago. The DOT was able to provide video for the investigation. The still photos on these are updated several times an hour. In one camera picture, I can see the parking lot of Subway. The store owner could see what time his employees really arrive. What if the wife of the owner wants to see if he's really at work? Burglars casing the electronics store watch to see what time the employees leave each day. Are we heading toward a 1984 type scenario where all of our moves can be watched and tracked by the government? Are we okay with that? NOTES: The camera on top of the pole shot the photo that has the cement truck in it. The map is a little piece of Lawrenceville, GA which is the county seat for Gwinnett County.