Open Rights Group
Glasgow University spent £39,225 installing 11 biometric kiosks at its Gilmorehill and Garscube campuses to keep tabs on university cleaners.
Campaigners have backed calls for tighter regulation of the way Police Scotland handle biometric data, such as photographs.
Fears have been raised that a £1.2m CCTV surveillance system in Scotland's largest city could become a 'digital dragnet,' unless stronger legal safeguards are put in place.
The CCTV network that scans Scotland's streets, shops and parks is fragmented, obsolete and may violate the law, according to a secret police report.