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“Spy Squad Fights Hidden Cameras,” The Wall Street Journal, June 4, 2018 A8. A team of 50 sweeps public restrooms in Seoul, Korea, searching for hidden cameras.

Yes, there are laws against placing such cameras in restrooms.  But as a part of Governance, don’t you need to check that people are complying?  The technology is widely available at low prices.  Does your company sweep “common rooms” for “surveillance devices”?  Should they?  What about hotels and locker rooms?  Or Air B&B’s?

This seems to fall somewhere between Privacy and Hacking.  Or somewhere.

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