The Irish Examiner reports: In the past year, there have been more than 500 hidden cameras installed in Ireland, but the majority of them are in the UK.
The latest figures from the British government show that there are more cameras in Ireland than anywhere else in the world.
Ireland has about 6,000 cameras in use.
This is more than twice the number installed in Britain.
This number has increased in recent years.
The number of cameras in the country has risen by more than 10,000 since 2011.
The UK is the world’s biggest camera market, with over 1,000,000 hidden cameras in operation.
The total number of UK cameras is around 600,000.
The Irish government says that the total number has doubled since 2011 and that more than half of the cameras in Britain are being used.
This was revealed in a parliamentary inquiry by Liberal Democrat minister of defence, Liam Byrne, in October this year.
He said that the government was taking action to deal with this situation and that they had installed over 2,000 camera systems, including 1,100 on motorways.
He also said that they were considering a move to require all cameras in all vehicles on the roads to have a PIN and that this could include a number of hidden cameras.
Irish government data shows that more cameras are being installed on motorway roads than anywhere in the EU, but this has not stopped people from snapping photos of themselves and posting them online.
There have been several instances in recent months of people being arrested for trespassing on motorbikes.
This has been done in response to protests against a new police regulation, which would see drivers have to wear a badge when on the road.
A number of social media users have also been accused of being involved in camera surveillance and have been charged with a variety of offences including trespassing, public nuisance and causing a nuisance.
This article originally appeared on The Irish Independent