Posted May 16th, 2008, 01:45 PM
The F.B.I. and Bermuda authorities boarded NCL’s Norwegian Dawn in King's Wharf this week to investigate why Mindy Jordan, a 46-year-old New Jersey woman, went overboard shortly after leaving New York. Part of the process? Reviewing video footage from surveillance cameras monitoring hallways and the exterior of the ship. (Click here
for our news coverage.)
Stay tuned to Cruise Critic for a news story about the industry's use of this type of security measure (where cameras are placed, who gets to see the footage and why). In the meantime, what is your opinion on the use of surveillance cameras onboard cruise ships? Vote in the poll above -- and be sure to post your comments!
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