Should You Record During Certain Hours Only?

Have you ever worked on any systems that only operated during certain hours? For example this city will only run cameras from 10-6 for privacy reasons. A school district in Vermont used to only run the cameras during hours no one was at the school (but recently switched to 24 hours). D.C. used to only use them for special events. I think it's clear that more/most people with cameras are running them 24/7 because you don't know when something worth recording going to happen, but I'm interested in learning about cases where people chose to only operate them during certain hours and why.

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