The method of cameras should be banned in business as this act typically affects the purpose of privacy for public individuals. This act is considered technical stalking that is not considered a right action and thus should not be used against the personal knowledge of an individual or an employee. This is also supported by the 4th amendment of America that safeguards people’s right to privacy and protection upon the public (Lewis & Humbert, 2010). Business and other institutions can still track down illegal operations and marketing by tracing various calls on targeted surveillance including the use of police departments to track the suspects. It is therefore essential for companies to ban the use of cameras as it is a way of protecting people’s privacy. On the other hand, the use of cameras ought to be considered essential in given circumstances that engage the wellbeing of the general public such as security reasons.
Lewis, S., & Humbert, A. L. (2010). Discourse or reality? “Work-life balance”, flexible working policies and the gendered organization. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 29(3), 239-254.