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[liberationtech] Mapping out physical surveillance across a city
daniel at ohuiginn.net
Thu Jun 26 05:43:32 PDT 2014
On 24/06/14 20:19, Patrick wrote:
> How would one map an entire city's surveillance anyway? Are the location
> of police cameras available? And even if they are, how does one map out
> all the private cameras watching? Is there some tech that could be used
> to do that?
Government cameras may well be available through freedom of information
For example, here is a request that got the locations of cameras in one
district of London:
In other places, the government will even pro-actively give out that
information. e.g. here's a government-produced spreadsheet location of
cameras in Nottingham, UK:
It might be useful just to collect together these existing resources on
a national or global level; I'd be up for helping with something like that.
> On Tue, Jun 24, 2014 at 2:17 PM, Lucas Gonze <lucas.gonze at gmail.com
> <mailto:lucas.gonze at gmail.com>> wrote:
> If anybody comes up with a such a map for the bay area, I'd love to
> see it.
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