Over all, Big Brother Watch estimated that British high school students and staff are monitored by more than 100,000 cameras, with 90 percent of the schools surveyed acknowledging the use of some form of video surveillance.But here's the truly sad part:
Bowes, the principal of King Ecgbert's, said she has received no complaints.That is the bleating of a sheep you hear. It goes along w/ individuals also opposing self defense against criminals, trusting in the goodwill of someone breaking the law.
"Everyone knew about the cameras in the bathroom," said Jess Hogg, who graduated from King Ecgbert last year. In a series of Facebook messages, the 19-year-old said: "Personally it made me feel a little uncomfortable, but then safe at the same time.