Tiny brother is watching you

Geake, Elisabeth
May 1993
New Scientist;5/8/93, Vol. 138 Issue 1872, p21
Examines the use of surveillance camera in law enforcement and crime prevention. Identification of people; Image enhancement; Admissability of images as evidence; Effectivity of the system.


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