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‘Creepy Cameraman’ in Seattle challenges limits of public video surveillance

[tech]7bT1ZfRtrJc[/tech] Word is that this is starting in Seattle, but it resonated enough here in Philadelphia to warrant a post. An anonymous individual has been walking around the city and shooting video, without permission, while seemingly making the point of how obstructive video surveillance can be. If we’re fine with sitting in a hospital or […]

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Word is that this is starting in Seattle, but it resonated enough here in Philadelphia to warrant a post.

An anonymous individual has been walking around the city and shooting video, without permission, while seemingly making the point of how obstructive video surveillance can be. If we’re fine with sitting in a hospital or a school with rolling surveillance, why do people get so angry at this person shooting video without asking? It’s jarring and so should his point.

See others here and another one here. h/t our friends at GeekWire

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