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Privacy is something that you cannot expect everywhere especially in public places such as departmental Store hotels bar and clothing stores. It is not New to see and hear about someone being caught in a video where you are trying clothes in changing rooms of clothing store or you find hidden camera in your hotel room. Therefore it is better to be safe than sorry. Here we have enlisted a few quick ways to know that the mirrors are two way or not or if there are any cameras in your changing room.
Gimbels declined to comment. Molofski said.
Officials of store workers unions and salespersons working in a variety of New York department stores say that the heaviest surveillance of customers occurs on the selling floor. They said the peepholes sometimes were used in the dressing rooms, but more often on the selling floor where security personnel are stationed inside large hollow pillars equipped for surveillance.
Albert Seedman, head of security for Alexander's Corporation and the former chief of detectives in New York, said all Alexander's stores respected the privacy of its customers.
Seedman who ordered the removal of the mirror, also said it had not been used. He said they were not used by fitting room attendants to watch customers, but were provided for the customer's own protection. There is no such warning in three dressing rooms in the third floor women's departments.
A salesman in the department said they were for security. See the article in its original context from July 4,40 Buy Reprints.
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