big brother in a small community? b.c.'s privacy commissioner says no - diy outdoor security camera housing
Terrace City proposes to use surveillance cameras in Two Wells
The outdoor space used was B. C.
Office of the Commissioner for Information and Privacy.
The office reviewed the proposal and thought it might destroy B. C.
If implemented, the privacy laws of the United States.
Acting Deputy Commissioner Bradley Weldon told the presenter of Dawn, Carolina de lake, that the evidence that the camera would improve personal safety or protect property was "very little, if any ".
Privacy regulators question the legality of the Kelowna surveillance cameraC.
"But the harm of privacy is that we are tracked and monitored in public places, and in public places, when we start our day-to-day business, we have the right to do so, weldon said: "100 of the time is happening. ".
Facial recognition is rapidly improving, he said, and almost all security camera systems will provide facial recognition soon.
This will allow almost any camera user to track and classify parking users, "which is equivalent to a security guard . . . . . . Check your ID.
Weldon said public agencies should only use cameras in areas where security issues are exacerbated.
Like a court.
Or spend hours in a place like a dump to prevent illegal dumping.
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The public space that people have the right to enter is not qualified, says SaferHe.
Coun put forward the idea of installing a camera.
Sean bujitas is a way to solve the problems of the destruction and shenanigans of George Small Park and bloole square.
Both sites were hot spots in 2017 when the RCMP responded to more than 200 calls from the park.
Due to damage and damage, the city usually has a budget of $10,000 a year for repairs to little George Park.
Civil Liberties Association warningC.
Karisa Petho, a public park city spokesman, said the cameras were just suggestions from the Council that "all options" were improving the safety of the city center.
She said future council meetings will discuss the idea of surveillance cameras.