A Note From the Surveillance Society

This, spotted at a local fast foodery, is depressing:

Since when is it the rule that if you don’t want to be on camera, you must be up to no good?

And no, I do not find the concept of a “burrito-cam” comforting in any way shape or form.

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One Response to A Note From the Surveillance Society

  1. Leonel says:

    Security cameras are pretty much something you are gong to have to get used to. It makes sense to have them in parking areas and locations where there is a higher likelyhood of crime. In a fast food joint having them near the cash register helps prevent holdups.

    When the cameras are one 24/7 you can be pretty sure no one is going back and taking burbs of you picking your nose and putting it on the internet

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