Surveillance, Videotaping, Human rights
This chapter provides a brief overview of the human rights implications of closed circuit television (CCTV) surveillance, and aims to help CCTV managers and operators develop public area surveillance policies and practices that are consistent with a commitment to the protection of individual rights and a respect for civil liberties.
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Benjamin J Goold, "CCTV and Human Rights" in Citizens, Cities and Video Surveillance: Towards a Democratic and Responsible Use of CCTV (Paris: European Forum for Urban Security, 2010) 27.