Citizens vs CCTV: State ’spying’ sparks mass protests in EU (Video)
2010 09 18
"Civil liberty campaigners from across Europe are in Berlin to demonstrate against what they see as a ’Big Brother’ approach to surveillance. They say they can`t trust the governments and businesses which monitor their lives, complaining of a lack of transparency in the way information is used. Activists also say the threat of terror and crime don’t justify the level of CCTV cameras and constant monitoring."
Citizens vs CCTV
Video from: YouTube.com/RussiaToday
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