However, this has been justified by "public safety" in public spaces. Surely this wouldn't impose on private citizens in their private life? Well, a "Pub" sounds like it would be "public", right?
Note to The Guardian: you
A prospective pub landlord says the police insistence on him installing CCTV cameras to film everyone entering his pub threatens his customers' civil liberties.
Nick Gibson says he has been in a "silent rage" since the police outlined conditions to his licence application, which also requires him to hand over any film of drinkers on request.
Seems people are noticing:
The row comes a week after a House of Lords report stated that the steady expansion of the "surveillance society" risked undermining fundamental freedoms including the right to privacy.Note to the Lords: you don't have any fundamental freedoms, other than those that your
Fortunately, we can expect a huge drop in crime due to all the cameras. Oh, wait.