A Pakistani cinema is receiving backlash for releasing sensitive closed-circuit TV surveillance footage of customers, Samaa Digital reports. Such invasions of privacy have allegedly taken place in the past, but this is the first instance of citizens speaking out against the improper practices. Privacy advocates are suggesting various actions should be taken to ensure privacy, including adding non-disclosure agreements to tickets or improving general Pakistani privacy rights. "[There is] no accountability around how companies, telecom, public bodies, ISPs retain, process or share citizens data,” Digital Rights Foundation, Pakistan Executive Director Nighat Dad said.
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