Apr 252014
 
 April 25, 2014  Posted by  Non-U.S., Workplace, Youth & Schools

Emma Carr writes:

A survey conducted by the NASUWT teaching union, has highlighted that teachers are being subjected to “permanent surveillance” through the use of CCTV cameras in the classroom.

What is clear is that the surveillance experiment of the past twenty years has failed to reduce crime or improve public safety. Yet, schoolchildren and teachers across the country are now expected to accept surveillance for the formative years of their education and in the workplace.

Read more on Big Brother Watch.

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