Nowadays, we are under surveillance everywhere we go, whether we realize it or not. Cameras being in public places such as stores is nothing new to us, but with the advancement of mobile phones, now almost every single person walking the streets has the ability to take a picture, record, or video anyone with or without their knowledge. This can be an uneasy concept however in the context of keeping our loved ones safe it seems like an easy decision. I mean, there are video baby monitors right? Whatever side of the privacy debate you are on, one thing that can’t be ignored is the legal issues that are tied to video cameras in nursing homes.
Video Surveillance in Nursing Home Rooms
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