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Coca Cola gebruikt CCTV voor feelgood reclame

Published on June 18, 2012 by

bron: youtube

 
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Privecameras in publiek netwerk

Published on June 6, 2012 by

De politie in Rotterdam wil beelden van prive-camera’s gaan koppelen aan het ‘vaste-camera’ netwerk van de gemeente/ toezicht.

 

bron: nos.nl

 
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feedback systems in Rotterdam centre

Published on April 27, 2012 by

(in Dutch):

In de Koopgoot in Rotterdam zijn de foto’s van tien overvallers sinds vanmiddag te zien op grote billboards. De verdachten hadden de hele week de tijd gekregen om zich te melden bij de politie, maar dat heeft geen van hen gedaan.

Vorig jaar waren na de Kuiprellen al foto’s op grote schermen te zien van hooligans. Die actie was volgens politie en justitie zo’n groot succes dat er nu een vervolg aan is gegeven.

De politie kiest ervoor om overvallers af te beelden omdat er de laatste tijd veel overvallen worden gepleegd in Rotterdam. Sinds begin dit jaar is er bijna iedere dag eenn nieuwe overval.

bron: NOS

 
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Dutch politics on image sharing

Published on December 21, 2011 by

(in Dutch)

source: nos

 
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London cops apologise to young photographer

Published on December 19, 2011 by

Back in 2010 a 15-year-old freelance photographer was stopped by police while shooting an Armed Forces Day parade in London. The police inspector took down his details, told him it was an offense under the Terrorism Act to take pictures of soldiers, told him that the police could stop public photography without recourse to any law, and then told him that photographing soldiers was “gay,” “anti-social behaviour,” “silly” and “stupid.”

source: boingboing

 
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The true pirates of YouTube

Published on December 14, 2011 by

When you hear about “piracy” in connection to YouTube, perhaps you think of the billion-dollar lawsuit brought by Viacom against the Google division, claiming that Google should have the duty to police all of its users’ uploads to determine that they don’t infringe copyright.

source: “guardian”

 
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mobile versus filmcamera; what is the difference?

Published on November 29, 2011 by

(in Dutch – a reflection on the role of mobile movie making?)

 
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Do more cameras lead to safer streets?

Published on November 28, 2011 by

 
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The value of webcams

Published on November 17, 2011 by

A woman who installed web-enabled security cameras in her house

was watching the video feed while at work and discovered a pair of burglars stealing her son’s Wii gear.




source: boingboing

 
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who is watching the watchers?

Published on November 13, 2011 by

THE WATCHERS from STUDIO SMACK on Vimeo.

In The Watchers, Studio Smack picture a world where surveillance systems don’t just watch us – they actively judge.

via nextnature

 
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