Britain To Put CCTV Cameras Inside Private Homes | Gadget Lab | Wired.com
As an ex-Brit, I’m well aware of the authorities’ love of surveillance and snooping, but even I, a pessimistic cynic, am amazed by the governments latest plan: to install Orwell’s telescreens in 20,000 homes.
£400 million ($668 million) will be spend on installing and monitoring CCTV cameras in the homes of private citizens.How to Access the Internet (A Guide from 2025)
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