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- TRANSLATION OF LEGISLATION: BELGIUM. // Digital Evidence & Electronic Signature Law Review;2013, Vol. 10, p224
A summary is presented of the Royal Decree of July 2, 2008 concerning the notifications of the installation and use of surveillance cameras in Belgium.
- Reactive Attention: Video Surveillance in Berlin Shopping Malls. Helten, Frank; Fischer, Bernd // Surveillance & Society;Sep2004, Vol. 2 Issue 2/3, p323
The paper examines the practice of use of video-surveillance in Berlin Shopping Malls. The video systems observed here do not seem to be an efficient instrument of social control and exclusion. They are used more on demand for various purposes such as the monitoring of daily tasks and the...
- Controlling CCTV in Public Spaces: Is Privacy the (Only) Issue? Reflections on Norwegian and Danish observations. Sætnan, Ann Rudinow; Lomell, Heidi Mork; Wiecek, Carsten // Surveillance & Society;Sep2004, Vol. 2 Issue 2/3, p396
This paper examines data from an observation study of four CCTV control rooms in Norway and Denmark. The paper asks whether issues other than privacy might be at stake when public spaces are placed under video surveillance. Starting with a discussion of what values public spaces produce for...
- Editorial. The Growth of CCTV: a global perspective on the international diffusion of video surveillance in publicly accessible space. Norris, Clive; McCahill, Mike; Wood, David // Surveillance & Society;Sep2004, Vol. 2 Issue 2/3, p110
This editorial surveys the growth of video surveillance or Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) throughout the world, setting the scene for this special double issue of Surveillance & Society, on the politics and practice of CCTV, and provides a brief introduction to the contents of the issue .
- Redefining Surveillance: Implications for Privacy, Security, Trust and the Law. Michael, Katina // Issues;Dec2014, Issue 109, p36
The article focuses on the use of closed circuit television (CCTV) or video surveillance by law enforcement in New York to monitor a person or people who are under suspicion, and prevent crime. Topics include the move of businesses such as banks and retail stores to install cameras to prevent...
- Imaging on guard. Blackman, Greg // Imaging & Machine Vision Europe;Apr/May2013, Issue 56, p20
The article focuses on a surveillance system Crime Buster based on video surveillance installed to protect the buildings which activates an alarm system. It discusses that it uses industrial cameras which automatically really a video stream to a control room and the software is reliable to avoid...
- Combining Panoramic, Day/Night Options Broadens Coverage for Non-Profit. // SDM: Security Distributing & Marketing;Sep2012, Vol. 42 Issue 9, p129
The article focuses on the installation of a surveillance system in the campus of Heifer International in Little Rock, Arkansas. It mentions that the system at Heifer International includes surveillance for three buildings, while cameras are monitored by a central guard station. It also notes...
- A WATCHFUL EYE. Lorenzi, Neal // Health Facilities Management;Jan2012, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p28
The article discusses how the video surveillance industry's service to hospitals in the U.S. has improved through technical advances. Unique designs and low exterior lighting levels are some of challenges when installing and operating video security systems in hospitals. Such security challenges...
- Anticipating Incidents at Hospital Parking Garages and Lots. Needel, Nathan // Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Sep2013, Vol. 50 Issue 9, p114
The article provides tips for preventing incidents at hospital parking areas including proper documentation of cars and drivers who leaves and enters the facility, installment of security cameras, and video recording at all ramps.