Texas launched its ambitious effort to use Internet users to watch the border for illegal immigrants.
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Members of the public who see something suspicious over the Web cameras can e-mail authorities.
However, the Web site, does not work on some Internet browsers.
The images were grainy and it was difficult to tell whether, say, a group of people on the screen was a family crossing a crowded parking lot or a band of smugglers with their human cargo.
The view from one camera on the Rio Grande was largely obscured by a bush.
In another, all that was visible was the license plates on passing cars.
When he announced the program in June, Perry said the images would be available online in a month.
While the first cameras were installed within a month, and law enforcement officers have been watching them since then, the public Web site was not up and running until late Thursday.
Perry spokeswoman Kathy Walt said that it proved more difficult than expected to get the public site running and that the launch so close to the election was a coincidence.
Law enforcement officials have access to footage from about 15 cameras, Walt said, but only eight appear on the Web site.