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Surveillance in the stadium

Hibs have announced that they are installing a new CCTV system that will give recorded HD coverage of every seat.

Now that kind of thing will stop me attending football.

1984 here we come.
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  • Feels like a monstrous waste of electricity to me tbh
  • I'm all for it.
  • Smoke bombs and flares are a good idea tbh sounds like it would be more beneficial for clubs to install Fulham style sterile areas 
  • If someone wants to spend 90+ minutes studying my bald head, great, knock yourself out.
  • I like scratching my knackers. How do I know that some dirty old pervert isn't watching me on his monitor. 
    If someone wants to spend 90+ minutes studying my bald head, great, knock yourself out.

  • They'd need wide screen for me.
  • Used to being on camara
  • Used to being on camara
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  • I’m boycotting, my old seat is empty......not much happening.....unless they’ve got a camera at Greenie Towers watching me  watching Jeff on Sky......hang on a minute.......what if they have?
  • Innocent to proven guilty in the UK. By the logic of this every dwelling should therefore be monitored ln case they commit a "crime' utter bollox
  • I'd be more in agreement with my DNA being stored, than being filmed everywhere I go
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  • I'd be more in agreement with my DNA being stored, than being filmed everywhere I go
    Know what you mean, to be honest I dont care about what data is stored about me as have nothing to hide

    Its when they mess up and lose that data is when it becomes a problem

    Also if that data is being stored then they need to stop using it against that person to make companies richer
  • rananegra said:
    Good idea . People trot out the 1984 nonsense but if it eliminates the morons it’s a great thing . 

    You only have to worry if you’re going something wrong .
    What, like protesting against the owner? Throwing a small plastic pig onto the pitch? Holding a flag from North Korea? 

    The problem with this approach of "let's film everyone then we can get them later" is much the same as the general "let's have CCTV everywhere and catch the murderers later". It's far better to prevent trouble and bad behaviour than to deal with it later, though it may well be more expensive. It also abdicates responsibility for dealing with match-day issues to an algorithm reading the CCTV feed much later rather than proper stewarding. It will lead either to sterile atmospheres or future disasters. Neither are a good thing IMO
    I believe we have had this system at the Valley for 2 or 3 years now.

    I've not seen any evidence of it leading to a sterile atmosphere or a disaster.

    When we go into the ground we are on private property and accept as a condition of entry the ground regulations which include filming.

    I protested, as did many others.  Thankfully no one spotted me dragging the sofa onto the pitch : - :smile:
    Anyone have Tone's email address so I can report this heinous crime ;)
  • rananegra said:
    Good idea . People trot out the 1984 nonsense but if it eliminates the morons it’s a great thing . 

    You only have to worry if you’re going something wrong .
    What, like protesting against the owner? Throwing a small plastic pig onto the pitch? Holding a flag from North Korea? 

    The problem with this approach of "let's film everyone then we can get them later" is much the same as the general "let's have CCTV everywhere and catch the murderers later". It's far better to prevent trouble and bad behaviour than to deal with it later, though it may well be more expensive. It also abdicates responsibility for dealing with match-day issues to an algorithm reading the CCTV feed much later rather than proper stewarding. It will lead either to sterile atmospheres or future disasters. Neither are a good thing IMO
    I believe we have had this system at the Valley for 2 or 3 years now.

    I've not seen any evidence of it leading to a sterile atmosphere or a disaster.

    When we go into the ground we are on private property and accept as a condition of entry the ground regulations which include filming.

    I protested, as did many others.  Thankfully no one spotted me dragging the sofa onto the pitch : - :smile:
    Anyone have Tone's email address so I can report this heinous crime ;)
    Don't worry, some other grass (yes, you John Commerford) has already done it.
  • rananegra said:
    Good idea . People trot out the 1984 nonsense but if it eliminates the morons it’s a great thing . 

    You only have to worry if you’re going something wrong .
    What, like protesting against the owner? Throwing a small plastic pig onto the pitch? Holding a flag from North Korea? 

    The problem with this approach of "let's film everyone then we can get them later" is much the same as the general "let's have CCTV everywhere and catch the murderers later". It's far better to prevent trouble and bad behaviour than to deal with it later, though it may well be more expensive. It also abdicates responsibility for dealing with match-day issues to an algorithm reading the CCTV feed much later rather than proper stewarding. It will lead either to sterile atmospheres or future disasters. Neither are a good thing IMO
    I believe we have had this system at the Valley for 2 or 3 years now.

    I've not seen any evidence of it leading to a sterile atmosphere or a disaster.

    When we go into the ground we are on private property and accept as a condition of entry the ground regulations which include filming.

    I protested, as did many others.  Thankfully no one spotted me dragging the sofa onto the pitch : - :smile:
    Our tone is watching you all. 😎😎😎
  • rananegra said:
    Good idea . People trot out the 1984 nonsense but if it eliminates the morons it’s a great thing . 

    You only have to worry if you’re going something wrong .
    What, like protesting against the owner? Throwing a small plastic pig onto the pitch? Holding a flag from North Korea? 

    The problem with this approach of "let's film everyone then we can get them later" is much the same as the general "let's have CCTV everywhere and catch the murderers later". It's far better to prevent trouble and bad behaviour than to deal with it later, though it may well be more expensive. It also abdicates responsibility for dealing with match-day issues to an algorithm reading the CCTV feed much later rather than proper stewarding. It will lead either to sterile atmospheres or future disasters. Neither are a good thing IMO
    I believe we have had this system at the Valley for 2 or 3 years now.

    I've not seen any evidence of it leading to a sterile atmosphere or a disaster.

    When we go into the ground we are on private property and accept as a condition of entry the ground regulations which include filming.

    I protested, as did many others.  Thankfully no one spotted me dragging the sofa onto the pitch : - :smile:
    Anyone have Tone's email address so I can report this heinous crime ;)
    Don't worry, some other grass (yes, you John Commerford) has already done it.
    TBF I don't think you needed grassing up, half the bloody stadium cheered watched as you did it Ben - Oh shit.. have I given your secret identity away?
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