posted on Jan, 8 2015 @ 10:26 AM
Let me begin by saying that I am a privacy advocate. I am against most camera's big time against red light camera's. But I ask this main question
because of a discussion I got in at work of someone wanting camera's at work and wanting things to be recorded. The person used the argument that
most people will use, "if you don't have anything to hide then whats the problem" Even though I don't buy into that point, the discussion kind
of got me thinking Are afforded privacy at work or should we be afforded privacy at work. I mean obviously retail is kind of excluded from this.
and I worked retail before, Its not that bad because the camera's are not trained on you, there at specific points mostly. But should all jobs have
camera's watching you? If your a carpenter at a contruction site should you have a camera watching you? If your traveling sales man should you have
a camera watching you?
another point I want to raise and ask kind of a double thread here ( are we allowed to do that? I break the mold on some things) Do more camera's
make us safer? A news report I heard said that the local bus company here says crime has dropped this past year since the adding of more camera's on
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While staffing for transit police has remained unchanged since 2008, Maj. Jutilla said increased cameras on buses has helped reduce and
prevent crime. More are planned for 2015.
So to bring it all back and sum it all up should are lives be documented from start to finish. To work at work to school at school. We know our
privacy is diminishing but the key question for me is do we deserve privacy?