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Cameras Inside Mannequins Spying on Shoppers (Video)

Cameras Inside Mannequins Spying on Shoppers (Video)

High-tech dummies to record conversations

Paul Joseph Watson
November 21, 2012

Just when you thought it was impossible for surveillance to get any creepier, a company has announced it has created mannequins with cameras installed inside that can be used to spy on shoppers and record their conversations – and that they’ve already been rolled out at numerous fashion stores across the world.

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If you really believed in the free market and private property..

You would realize there is nothing wrong with a company implementing something like this. They have every right. You as a consumer can use this to judge and help you decide if you will ever shop their.

Yes, but only if they made it

Yes, but only if they made it extremely clear before customers entered their property that they were using this type of technology and what they did with the data generated by it.

Again mass non-complance would change corporate behavior

Even though Wal-Mart is cheaper than other grocery stores in our area, I refuse to shop at Wal-Mart because of the racks of cameras overlooking the parking lot and the 100's of cameras hanging from the roof on every ilse inside the store. I shop at local stores and stores that don't have overwhelming mass surveillance. I barter and trade with people in my social circle when possible.

We need the free market to devolop a device that identifies when we are being watched by electroic devices as soon as we enter the store. Then maybe a voice comes out of the phone (or device) that says in an evil voice....PLEASE LEAVE THIS AREA IMMEDIATELY! THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS PART OF THE "WAR ON LIBERTY"!