How many surveillance cameras are deployed in the US?
30 million. There are an estimated 30 million surveillance cameras now deployed in the United States shooting 4 billion hours of footage a week.
- Gurjot Singh Sodhi
Prior to the global war on terrorism in 2001, surveillance cameras were mostly used to protect private business's (from thefts and robberies) in the US. Since 2001, the movements of US citizens are now subject to constant government surveillance cameras (ALL private industry surveillance cameras are used by local, state, and federal governments upon request or demand); based upon the need of public safety and security. Another words, less freedom and more restrictions; enforced by…
I work in a franchise fast food chain and I'm wondering whether it is legal to put audio surveillance in the back room?
Excess use of anything is always not good. You may look at it as it may protect your human rights if let us say you were violated and it was caught on surveillance camera. It may harm you another way if let us say you did something embarrassing and it was caught on camera. So it may protect and harm you.
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(in the US) This can vary widely from state-to-state. When it is permissible, they are generally not allowed in employee bathrooms or locker rooms where the changing of clothes takes place. Other than that, video surveillance is at the employers discretion - and it is more widely used than many people may think.
Not all digital cameras are considered to be point and shoot cameras. However, most people do not consider themselves to be photographers, as most of us do not have the patience to use a camera of that caliber to try for the best picture we can. Most digital cameras auto focus and auto zoom for us, and so it does make things easier. To reiterate, not all digital cameras are point and shoot.
Predominantly deployed by US Airmen not US Soldiers (predominantly deployed by the USAF not the US Army). If an enemy can be seen, it can be shot (destroyed). AO destroyed forests (jungles) that concealed enemy movements and positions. This agent was replaced by Rome Plows operated by US Army engineers by 1970.