As more and more people incorporate CCTV camera systems into their home security, questions are being asked about whether this technology is becoming more intrusive.
London already has the highest number of CCTV units per capita of any major city in Europe. Has CCTV gone too far? What does this mean for personal privacy? What should be done if a neighbour encroaches on personal space using CCTV?
Mal Fletcher, social commentator, discussed all of these questions in an interview with LBC Radio's Larry Lamb in London.
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Re: 'The Cashless Society' TV show... with rising crime rates & the threat of terrorism many people would welcome RFID technology, the cashless society & one world government to solve our problems. Should we be more aware of what they might be getting themselves into? david, United Kingdom
You are right that we often shrink back from fully expressing our convictions because it puts us "out there". We must realise that the world looks at us at the same time as they hear us. We must learn the lessons & press on. Eme, United Kingdom