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June 20, 2008
Dilbert on Workplace Surveillance
Posted on June 20, 2008 at 12:34 PM
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Nice, much better design than the cameras we used to deploy in the sprinklers. :)
Speaking of cameras, have you been following the Czech Grail Movement child abuse uncovered by a neighbor fiddling with a surveillance system to watch his baby?
The trial just started in this strange case of identity and surveillance.
OMG, there's another story about that group on that page that's even worse. Thanks for the nightmares, Davi!
Tangentially on topic....
Here's the tally in the House for the FISA Amendments Act of 2008:
(If you haven't looked at the news in the last few hours, the bill passed 293 - 129 - 13. Go see the roll to find out how your representative voted.)
This really freaked me out! Our company just installed security cameras all over the place to watch the employees. They even have a camera in the break room.
Smile. You have very little right to privacy in the modern American workplace.
Who is watching the cameras?
Funniest recursive camera placement . . . camera watching CCTV console operators.
Good point. Surveillance at workplace is very important. We use CCTV at our place using the Interwatch system we can monitor staff and customer remotley. Security is critical in this day and age. We run a small business in Shropshire and the number of attacks has been reduced since we installed our security surveillance system.
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