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ABA American Bar Association
ACLU American Civil Liberties Union
CCTV closed-circuit television
EPIC Electronic Privacy Information Center
IACP International Association of Chiefs of Police
MPDC Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia
SIA Security Industry Association
UK United Kingdom
GAO-03-748 Video Surveillance
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