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    • As a sign of the times we live in, worldwide surveillance camera footage has now been elevated to the level of fine art. Photographer Marcus DeSieno's new 112-page No Man’s Land: Views From A Surveillance State uses closed circuit television footage from around the world to force us to reconsider what it means to be "secure" in 2018. Using 40 sepia-toned images DeSieno takes us around the world. DiSieno told the British Journal of Photography it was "shockingly easy" to hack various international CCTV cameras. Apparently a username of “guest” & a password of “1234” usually did the trick. Security indeed. You can buy the book here:

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