I'm sure there'll be vandalism attempts once they find out where the cameras are. And that's not infringing on privacy - we're not looking in people's windows.
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And apart from a few murmurs of disagreement from the League of United Latin American Citizens, nobody seems to mind the implementation of the Texas Virtual Border Watch Program.