UK CCTV Law Breaking, Says VICE Dressed As A Clown

This one hell of a story - VICE: What Happens to Your Image Once It's Been Caught On CCTV, concluding:

The majority of CCTV operators are breaking the law in one way or another, and with rapid advances in technology this has serious implications.

The reporter literally dressed as a clown, deadpanning that "I needed to wear something conspicuous so the people scanning through footage for me would know who I was":

clown on tube

In the UK, unlike the US, those recording video surveillance are required to provide copies of people to people who request. From the ICO CCTV Filming page:

You have the right to see CCTV images of you and to ask for a copy of them. The organisation must provide them within 30 calendar days.

This is what the VICE reporter did. Most just did not respond. Few gave responses that complied.

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