Please visit the following links to various websites of organizations and projects, which are creating public maps of surveillance cameras erected in their local communities.
What arguments are these organizations and maps making? How would you put Flusty into conversation with these maps? In other words, how do these maps extend, complicate, affirm, negate, concede, etc. with the arguments Flusty is making? What concerns does the surveillance of public space raise for you or not raise for you? What is really at stake here in the proliferation of camera surveillance in public space that these arguments are shedding? How would you respond to Flusty? How would you weigh in here?
Importantly, what research projects might you see emerging related to security and public space? What kinds of research do you think were performed to create these maps? How does the research we have been doing with geosemiotics relate?