sábado, 8 de febrero de 2014

All under surveillance. Part I.

School surveillance:
 how big brother spies on pupils
By John Harris. The Guardian.
Cameras in the toilets; CCTV in the classroom; pupils' fingerprints kept in a database . . . Can't happen here? Think again, because the surveillance state is quietly invading our schools.

Pupils are increasingly under the camera's eye at school
Pupils are increasingly under the camera's eye at school.

...  their neurotic emphasis on security has plenty of negative results: it renders the atmosphere in schools tense and fragile, and in coming down hard on young people for the smallest of transgressions, threatens to define their life chances at an early age – because, as she puts it, "suspensions and academic failure are strong predictors of entry into the criminal justice system". There is also, of course, the small matter of personal privacy.

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