International Debate

Myths and Realities 13: Security and Surveillance – has it gone too far?

March 7, 2012 786

 Join Professor Bridget Hutter and Drs Kirstie Ball and Peter Fussey at the British Library as they discuss the use of increased surveillance, security checks and CCTV to support efforts to fight  crime and terrorism – but what impact on of our perceptions of personal security and civil liberties?  A timely discussion in Olympic Year.  Tickets avialable via the Britsh Library What’s on Pages http://www.bl.uk/whatson/events/event127317.html

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nic groombridge

I regret i cannot attend but see my work on CCTV – some the earliest (1994!) and covering both ‘effectiveness’ and cultural issues too.