Chancellor of Justice Wants Less Surveillance

The Chancellor of Justice has criticized Sweden’s schools for putting up what he calls putting up too many surveillance cameras.

Speaking to Swedish Radio news, Göran Lambertz said it was necessary to maintain privacy on public places. Therefore Lambertz demands that surveillance cameras at Swedish schools do not start recording before 8 o’clock in the evening.

This would still enable schools to prevent most of the common crimes committed such as damage to property or burglary.

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