Legal and Ethical Implications of Multidisplay Surveillance Systems

Authors

  • Dr. Muhammad Afzal COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Islamabad

Keywords:

multidisplay surveillance systems, legal implications, ethical implications, privacy, civil liberties, security, regulation

Abstract

This paper delves into the legal and ethical ramifications surrounding the implementation of multidisplay surveillance systems. These systems, characterized by their capacity to monitor multiple environments simultaneously through an array of interconnected displays, raise profound concerns regarding privacy, civil liberties, and the balance between security and individual rights. Drawing upon legal frameworks, ethical principles, and case studies, this study explores the complexities inherent in regulating and governing multidisplay surveillance systems in diverse contexts.

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Published

2023-12-31

How to Cite

Dr. Muhammad Afzal. (2023). Legal and Ethical Implications of Multidisplay Surveillance Systems. Asia Journal of Management and Social Science, 1(01), 12–22. Retrieved from http://ajmss.com/index.php/Journal/article/view/15