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Has CCTV Gone Too Far?

Added 27 November 2013 View full list    Print version    
What does the increasing use of CCTV technology in modern cities mean for personal privacy?

As companies now beging to utilise 2-way smartTV technologies, based on the principle of CCTV, will we see a further breakdown in trust between companies and consumers? Are people already losing faith in governments, because they feel over-surveilled in the street?

Mal Fletcher looked at the issue in an intriguing and thoughtful interview this week on independent British Radio.

To read Mal's Editorial on this issue, click here.

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