Everywhere you go in London, you will find CCTV cameras following you. As a citizen or tourist, you are always watched in the capital of surveillance. In Denmark, the subject has been discussed widely, but the Danes do not like the concept of being watched for every step you take on the streets. But the people of London do not seem to mind all that much. It is not because they do not care at all, but rather that they have gotten used to it. Some feel that they should be more concerned, but since it does not affect their everyday life, they slowly forget it is there. They have simply gotten used to living with it, but there are groups that are still against it. In many police investigations, the only evidence is the footage from the CCTV. They might not prevent crime, but they help solve it. Some might argue that it is an invasion of your personal life, but if you are not doing anything wrong and you are living an ordinary life, then there is nothing to fear. The people we have spoken to shared somewhat the same opinion. They do not notice it as much as they did when they first moved to London.