Some Crenshaw County residents say their privacy is being violated and are asking the city council to do something about it.
Protestors marched in downtown Brantley Tuesday saying some recently installed residential security cameras are violating their Fourth Amendment.
The city council says the cameras are used for security purposes for the housing authority apartments. However, some homes were also included in the surveillance.
Protestors say the city has no reason to put cameras in the area.
The city council voted unanimously to shield the cameras so they only focus on the housing authority apartments.
Protestors say they are satisfied with the vote, but will eventually try to persuade the city to get rid of all the cameras.
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