Tuesday, March 31, 2009

London's CCTV ruled illegal

Actually, the important part of the article is here:
The security operation at this week's G20 summit was thrown into chaos last night when it emerged that the entire network of central London's wireless CCTV cameras will have to be turned off because of a legal ruling.
I don't think all of the security operation was thrown for a loop. The CCTV network was turned off for the 7.07.2007 terrorism exercise in London as well.

Meanwhile, Chicago should take heed of that ruling (most monitored city in the United States).

The Globe & Mail, among other outlets, reports that London is battering down the hatches in fears of violent protests.

Are we getting set up for something?

Ed. note: The answer is YES.

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