Should video surveillance be allowed in British Columbia schools?

05/17/2010 | Province (Vancouver, British Columbia), The

Some educators and activists in British Columbia, Canada, say they are worried about changes that will give officials more authority to place video cameras in schools, playgrounds and other areas. "Schools should be free of video surveillance, except as a tool of last resort, and it's our concern the B.C. government has failed to create any guidelines," said Josh Paterson, of the Vancouver Public Space Network.

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