Bill Brown refuses to get paranoid. It's just that he hates the thousands of surveillance cameras mounted on walls and utility poles around the city. So sometimes he talks into these electronic eyes, or reads Poe before the lens, or... More >>>
By photo: Michael Kamber
Privacy activist Bill Brown (left) says different neighborhoods are known for different kinds of surveillance. Times Square has seven webcams, beaming images for pure entertainment, while the Lower East Side has a high concentration of police cameras.