Brother Bill is Watching: De Blasio Ramps Up Surveillance Amid Hate Crimes, Homeless Battle

Big Brother Bill is watching.

City cops will begin installing 100 new security cameras in predominantly Jewish neighborhoods in an effort to stanch a rash of hate crimes that has left many New Yorkers fearful and angry.

The effort — announced by Mayor de Blasio on Friday — comes one day after the mayor in a round of TV interviews showed off the city’s Street Homelessness Joint Command Center, where homeless people are monitored via a citywide web of surveillance cameras.

De Blasio’s Thursday media blitz on the homeless provoked outrage from advocacy groups that worry the surveillance cameras will sow distrust.