Chinavasion Announces Hidden Spy Surveillance Cameras Breach Privacy Laws
There has been a revolution in the surveillance industry with new manufacturers supplying the market with spy cameras and surveillance equipment that has lower production costs and increased technological advances. But at what point does the legal act of surveillance become a sinister breach of privacy or illegal spying?
The market has responded in kind with sales of spy surveillance cameras skyrocketing in what are very uncertain times with employers especially showing increasing interest in keeping an eye on workers.
According to the American Management Association, more than 50% of the 523 managers it interviewed in a survey carried out some form of surveillance on their staff.
But at what point does acceptable surveillance become unacceptable spying and does the use of spy surveillance cameras or hidden spy cameras represent a breach of privacy?
It's likely to be a question more workers ask themselves as more employers use surveillance more in the workplace.
According to Chinavasion's PR Manager Rose Li, interest in outdoor surveillance cameras is still strong but interest in items like hidden spy cameras, wireless spy cameras and spy cameras with hidden earphones has soared.
"Sales for hidden spy cameras have definitely soared," said Rose Li. "It's not just that technology has given consumers the ability to hide cameras that can record sound, customers are actually demanding these products, often to spy on their nannies and other child care specialists."
However, depending on where they are, people using these cameras may already be breaking the law.
Laws in the US forbid employers from putting recording devices where people change or recording information about people without telling them.
In the UK laws forbid employers from recording an employee with a surveillance camera, or any other kind of surveillance equipment without getting their written consent first.
Most countries disallow audio recordings of employees taken without their knowledge to be used in a court of law.
According to Chinavasion's Rose Li when buying spy cameras and spy gadgets the onus is on shoppers to know what the rules are in their country, regardless of any ethical issues.
"Online vendors can't be expected to know which countries will allow a jammer or wireless spy camera and which countries will allow it."
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