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Selfie-surveillance: Who needs Big Brother when we constantly film ourselves?

1 June 2019

9:00 AM

1 June 2019

9:00 AM

Did you see the Welsh Tory MP David Davies and a pro-Brexit protester arguing outside parliament, pointing cameras at one another? Davies was being interviewed for BBC Wales about why he had taken to wearing a body camera. Having been on the receiving end of abuse from both pro- and anti-Brexit protesters, he said he did it for his protection.

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