Big Brother, Is the Red Squad Back to Chicago?
Chicago holds a record number of surveillance cameras, estimated at up to 10,000. Public and private old-school and state-of-the-art lenses watch citizens round the clock. The network is said to cost 60 million dollars. RT's Anastasia Churkina travels to Chicago to discover what this means for privacy in America, considering the city's darkest chapters of history when the Red Squad -- special police squads -- unlawfully spied on citizens who were politically unfavorable.