Tag Archives: surveillance

Yet more snoopers… the ongoing tale

Who remembers this little tale? Of course you do! Cos it was only a couple of days back that I was rumbling on about it. About how our local Council plans on spending shedloads of public money on a snooping … Continue reading

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Yet more snoopers

Just spotted in one of this week’s freebies (the Bedfordshire Times & Citizen) that the local Council is to splash out £100,000 on yet more snooping devices… adding to the constantly growing list of such stuff that already burdens our … Continue reading

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Photography is not a crime!

Given that the UK is claimed to be one of the most surveilled countrys compared to other industrialised Western states, with upwards of 4.2m CCTV cameras (about one for every 14 people!) and almost certainly increasing daily, its quite bizarre … Continue reading

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Surveillance and Photographers

Just spotted this on ZoneZero… Surveillance and Photographers by John Perivolaris …citizens are swiftly being transformed into suspects. This should be of universal concern beyond the photographic community. For example, the British government is currently determined to enact legislation that … Continue reading

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Cops Capture Campers!

Climate Change is an issue that’s affecting us all (whether we acknowledge it or not) and one about which we should all, rightly, be concerned. Increasingly we are seeing the effects of climate change impacting peoples’ lives all over the … Continue reading

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