The other day, Dominic asked whether the Boston bombings would cause Americans to love their security cameras harder than ever. Looks like the answer is yes:

Americans overwhelmingly favor installing video surveillance cameras in public places, judging the infringement on their privacy as an acceptable trade-off for greater security from terrorist attacks, according to the latest New York Times/CBS News Poll.

A week after the Boston Marathon attack, which was unraveled after the release of video footage of the two suspects flushed them out of hiding, 78 percent of people said surveillance cameras were a good idea, the poll found.

But that's what the people of America think. What do the people of Slog think?