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“Say cheese!” – Cities with the most surveillance cameras


Ever felt like someone was watching you? Well, the following list of the cities with the most raw number of surveillance cameras was prepared by Vin Tech in 2011 and was updated to include projected 2012 numbers for Chongqing, China. … Continue reading

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International cities of refuge


You may never have heard of ICORN (International Cities of Refuge Network), but it has a very noble purpose: “ICORN Cities offer persecuted writers a safe haven where they can live and work without fear of being censored or silenced.” … Continue reading

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