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Are Churches Playing Big Brother? Mal on Premier Radio

Added 18 June 2015 View full list    Print version    
A report in The Times of London today suggests that churches are starting to use facial recognition technology, driven by CCTV cameras, as a means of tracking their members' attendance.

Is this an ethical thing for churches to be doing? What might be the possible outcomes?

Mal Fletcher, social futurist, discussed these and other questions in a recent interview for London's Premier Radio.

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Read Mal Fletcher's short OpEd on this issue

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