What are the disadvantages of CCTV cameras?

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Disadvantages of CCTV cameras are incompatibility, inaccuracy, privacy, cost and sensitivity. CCTV cameras are very expensive to install, and the total cost of installation can stretch the budget of institutions. Unfortunately, CCTV cameras are not usually not able to display every square inch of a business or facility, hence giving in accurate evidence in case of a crime.
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