[Noisebridge-discuss] Advisory about recent thefts at Noisebridge.
coreyfro at coreyfro.com
Sat Jul 9 22:50:44 UTC 2011
We can make a wiggle from the door, through the woodshop, duck into the
classrooms, and out to the bathroom that isn't filmed. Bikes should be
filmed, member's racks should be filmed (avoiding boob joke), main space
filmed. Everything else, watch your stuff yourself!
On Sat, Jul 9, 2011 at 2:23 PM, Jonathan Lassoff <jof at thejof.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Jul 9, 2011 at 2:18 PM, Corey McGuire <coreyfro at coreyfro.com>
> > Is there a problem with just putting up cameras other than the obvious
> > "oooOOOOOOoooo, lets hack that!" or the "waaaaaaah! I'm a 1337 hax0r, I
> > don't WANNNA be on camera!"
> There are probably legitimate reasons to not want to be filmed, and I
> wouldn't want to alienate anyone that really feels like they need to
> hide. I think as long as it was explicit where cameras are mounted and
> what they're trained on, they can be avoided.
> > Under California law, unless there is an expectation of privacy (and with
> > what I've seen happen on the couches at noisebridge, there isn't) it's OK
> > post cameras.
> > I would be 100% fine with cameras...especially if we rig them to detect
> > awesome as it happens...like make beacons that alert the camera system
> > it's time to increase the frame rate and resolution of the camera because
> > we're about to do something that needs to be documented for Make Benefit
> > Glorious Nation of Noisebridge
> I'm totally down more more security systems, cameras included.
> However, I think we ought to at least build in some protections
> against abuse, like not logging video for more than X days, making two
> people log in to extract video, etc.
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