Crowd Sourced Video Surveillance

Civil liberty advocates are opposed to a CCTV website that pays the public to monitor live video cameras.

Internet Eyes says it offers up to £1,000 to online subscribers who can spot crimes as they happen and click an alert button to notify the business owner.

I can see why people are upset about the privacy implications but I also wonder about crime. Could someone planning a crime hire out the camera for the time when they will attack?

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