I am a little against the " if you have nothing to hide, you should not mind being spied on"
But i do support a employers right to do what he want, and if that is putting cameras in his cars, then if you can not like that you should find another job.
As a matter of fact just saw a piece in the news sort about the same, a trucking company had problems,,,, like all have, with bad drivers.
So they got nice new trucks with all the modern aids in them to help the drivers, even alcohol locks,,,,,, and as it appeared also Garmin dashcams
Anyway all they had done have meant lower insurance and shop costs, and happier drivers ( i do assume some left cuz Danes are often pigheaded )
To me it dont really matter if a employer want all his people to sit down on the floor for 15 minutes every 2 hours holding hands and sing kumbaya my lord, though in that case i might be looking for another job.
In relation to my first statement, well if you are the company's elite trucker that never messed up, i see no reason to invest in such gear for his truck, cuz apparently he get it.
And i will never do what some governments do, and spy on everybody as a excuse to find the one rotten apple, in that case i would rather take my chance with that one rotten apple and keep my freedom and privacy.
CUZ that way the original purpose get corrupted, or at least is so small in relation to all the secondary information you can and will scoop up.
Like for instance here it seem like our people illegally allowed the Americans unrestricted access to our internet, and the first thing the Americans did with that was to spy on us, so they could lobby us just the right way to buy F35 fighters.
And for that breach of trust i do think the Americans should be flipped off in a big way and after we cut them off we should go back thru those cables and hit the Americans the same way, cuz you get what you give.
And for the Danes in government and intelligence with their hands in this,,,,,, heads should be rolling.