Feb 152016
 
 February 15, 2016  Surveillance, Youth & Schools

Christian Today reports:

The University of Westminster has been accused of invading students’ privacy after it installed CCTV cameras in campus prayer rooms without consulting the Students Union.

The move was highlighted by the student website The Quintin Hogg, which said the cameras were installed in all prayer rooms and multi-faith quiet rooms as a “policy decision” and that there was “no clear signage” to warn students they might be observed.

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