Oct 222014
 
 October 22, 2014  Posted by  Non-U.S., Surveillance

The Online Citizen reports:

National University of Singapore (NUS) sociologist Daniel Goh says that he does not think that Singaporeans are more open to public surveillance compared to people in other societies around the world, but instead they are less resistant towards the idea of being surveilled upon.

This is in response to questions posed by local newspaper, Straits Times (ST) in regards to the CCTVs installed around Singapore, which police say will cover every Housing Board block by end of 2016.

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