"Virtual Fence" Concerns Residents
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"Virtual Fence" Concerns Residents

Residents of Arivaca, Ariz. react to the Department of Homeland Security's decision to put a series of surveillance towers near their town. Many are concerned that it will infringe on their privacy. Video by Sylvia Moreno/The Washington PostEdited by: Francine Uenuma/post.com

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