How CCTV literally changes your mind
Privacy is the main concern around facial recognition, but can constant observation also change the way we think?
Last month, a navy van sat on a footpath in London’s Oxford Circus adorned with cameras pointing in each direction.
This was no Google Street View car spinning through the streets; it was the latest trial of the Met Police’s hugely controversial facial recognition kit.
Privacy concerns around its deployment have long been documented but a less-covered aspect is the psychological impact being watched has on us...