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if that's going to get me into trouble at work.
They've put cameras on the fridges at work for christ's sake, in case people steal each other's sandwiches.
I've seen the security guards at work run outside to stop Japanese tourists from taking pictures of the building (something the tourists have every right to do). It just seems to me that the whole surveillance/paranioa/monitoring thing is breeding a generation of nasty little tinpot dictators.
JonC, I don't want it to sound like I have an argument with you specifically
If they fire me because I went to a party, I have a complaint.
Then don't steal people's sandwiches. What else are they going to find out about you from the fridge? That you're drinking Fresca? That you had a ham sandwich for lunch when you normally have tuna? Big deal.
What gets back to is that a lot of people just don't like being accountable for their actions. Protesters think it's perfectly fine to record actions of police brutality but get in a huff when they put a camera on a stoplight to catch speeders or people that run red lights? Seems pretty hypocritical to me.
What's going on over there that prevents a majority backlash against this sort of thing?