Chinese-made facial recognition cameras quietly installed across Britain

With its imposing red brick houses, neat gardens and red postbox, Baskerville Road in the borough of Wandsworth is a classic example of family residences in the more affluent areas of London.

But something is amiss. Just outside a house on the corner, which happens to be the former home of World War I-era prime minister David Lloyd George, is a new piece of infrastructure that would seem more suited to the perimeter of a maximum security prison or a detention camp.

Original Article: Is Big Brother Britain about to become the world’s ultimate surveillance state? | Daily Mail Online