Tuesday, January 2, 2007

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About the documentary

With an estimated four million surveillance cameras, Britain is by far the most-watched nation on earth. Each City of London is about 300 times per day recorded by surveillance cameras. How did it come about in George Orwell's mother country? Why do other countries have such a massive surveillance does not copy the strategy, if it is really are as successful as the Home Office and the police? To prevent real crime, or was "CCTV", as the video surveillance is called in the British Isles, introduced only as a placebo against a diffuse fear of crime in the population? Finally played any vested interests in the matter?

When trying to answer questions like these, Nino Leitner's documentary "EVERY STEP YOU TAKE" digs deep into an entirely British phenomenon: nation-wide video surveillance. The film combines interviews with British security researcher Clive Norris, deputy chief of the British Transport Police, Andy Trotter, a spokesman for the UK's largest civil rights group Liberty, the manager of public video surveillance in Southampton, experts in the field of traffic surveillance and many more. The situation is the opposite found in Austria, one in recent times quickly rearming "developing country" in terms of CCTV. This includes Dr. Hans Zeger of the consortium data and find who lives in England Austrian journalist and musician Robert Rotifer hearing. Investigative research uncovers secrets

that will be worrying for any critical-thinking Europeans ...


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