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Cathay Pacific Airways, confirms that the in-flight cameras, have been monitoring the passengers

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Cathay Pacific Airways has recently revealed that the in-flight VIDEO-cameras on board of their planes around the airport, lounges, check in of passengers for “security purposes.”

Even though the representatives of the transport company argued that there were no cameras in the bathroom or in-flight entertainment systems, the airline’s vague plans for the collection of your personal information, it may be enough to spark progress.

At the end of July, Hong Kong’s flag carrier-to-date privacy policy, details of which CCTV security cameras in the lounges, at airports and in planes, they monitor their clients, CNBC reports that, in addition to keeping track of the client’s use of the aircraft “in-flight entertainment systems and in-flight connectivity.”

An interior shot of a Cathay Pacific Airbus A330-300, and premium economy class cabin.
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“We will have to gather and process some or all of the following kinds of Personal Information about you, and the” updated policy of the member states. Information such as the…. your use of our inflight entertainment systems and inflight connectivity, the footage from the CCTV in our lounges, at airports and on airplanes,” it reads.

“We will retain and use your Personal Data for as long as is necessary for the processing purpose(s) of our retention periods are based on business needs and the your personal information that is no longer needed, or is irreversibly anonymized, or securely destroyed,” continues to be.

Cathay Pacific Airways has recently revealed that the in-flight VIDEO-cameras on board of their planes around the airport, lounges, check in of passengers for “security purposes.”
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According to The Independent, there are no CCTV cameras in airplane toilets.

A Cathay Pacific spokesman told Fox News that there were no cameras, microphones, and sensors in order to check the passengers through the in-flight entertainment systems, in which it becomes clear that there is only one CCTV camera in each and every field in the vicinity of the cockpit door.”

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“In line with the usual practice, and in order to protect our customers and front-line staff, there are CCTV cameras to be installed in our airport lounges and onboard the aircraft for safety and security, in particular on board an aircraft, there is only one camera, placed in the vicinity of the cockpit door,” a rep told Fox News on the 6th of August. “All of the images to be processed when dealing with strict access control.”

An interior shot of a Cathay Pacific Airbus A330-300, business class cabin.

“Our in-flight entertainment systems that feature cameras, microphones and sensors to monitor the passengers, nor did they have in the past,” the rep continued.

Earlier this year, United Airlines, American Airlines, and Singapore Airlines have all made headlines when reports surfaced that the camera’s built-in in the respective carrier’s in-flight entertainment systems, CNBC reports. All three airlines have since denied that they have ever been, or ever would, enable is activated, the camera will monitor the customers.

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Cathay Pacific airways has updated its privacy policy comes on the heels of a massive hacking of customers ‘ personal information will, in October 2018, by a maximum of 9.4 million people who may be affected by the conflict, such as the Independent.

The representatives of the carrier were quick to announce that, at the time that there was “no evidence that personal information has been misused”.

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