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|Policy Review: The Evolving Governance of Surveillance Cameras in the UK
Webster, C. William R.
Sociology and Political Science
|Fussey P & Webster CWR (2023) Policy Review: The Evolving Governance of Surveillance Cameras in the UK. <i>Information Polity</i>, 28 (4), pp. 559-567. https://doi.org/10.3233/ip-239012
|First paragraph: This policy review explores developments in governance arrangements surrounding the use of surveillance cameras in the UK. It makes specific reference to provisions within the Data Protection and Digital Information (DPDI) Bill22 (the Bill) introduced into the UK Parliament in spring 2023 and which proposes the abolition of the office of the Biometrics and Surveillance Camera Commissioner (BSCC).33 The underlying argument, is that the removal of this office, in a period of fast technological change, will result in the loosening of safeguards designed to raise standards and protect citizens, and may ultimately result in the deployment of technologies that are not in the public interest.
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