Covert video surveillance continues to provoke debate

Journal of Medical Ethics 22 (6):351-351 (1996)

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When the editor invites comment on a response to an analysis of a criticism of a protocol already defended by the author in this journal, the issue is clearly contentious. I will comment briefly on Thomas's paper in this issue of the journal, and look at points of agreement as well as dissent
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