Vertrauensstiftende Videoüberwachung?

Digma 19 (4):218-221 (2019)

Sebastian Weydner-Volkmann
Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Um berechtigten Bedenken gegenüber Videoüberwachung zu begegnen, wird ein soziotechnisches Konzept vorgeschlagen, das eine reversible Anonymisierung von Bilddaten mit einer (möglichst zivil eingesetzten) Kontrollinstanz kombiniert, um so technische und interpersonelle Vertrauenskonzepte stimmig zu vermitteln.
Keywords Surveillance  CCTV  Ethics  Privacy by Design
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