عنوان مقاله [English]
Today, the smallest details of our daily lives are more carefully scrutinized than ever before. From Tehran, London and New York to New Delhi, Shanghai and Rio de Janeiro, video cameras are familiar and popular effects in public places. Airports are usually equipped with devices such as body scanners and biometrics. Every day, Google and credit card issuers remind us of our habits, worries, and preferences. The use of CCTV or CCTV has increased dramatically in the last decade, but its presence is often so subtle that we unwittingly believe that "Big Brother" is waiting for us!
The weakening of the principle of innocence has raised growing concern among critics of oversight. The threat of the principle of innocence vis-à-vis the enormous deployment of surveillance technologies and the security pretexts of governments to apply other types of surveillance that are involved not only in identifying crimes but in preventing them is one of the problems of today's society.
This study, while examining preventive measures and their effect on the principle of innocence, shows that human rights aspects of social life, including the principle of innocence, have been eroded by the emergence of surveillance technologies and preferences of the police suspect view.