:roll:(Reuters) Wal-Mart Stores Inc, the world's largest retailer, unveiled plans on Monday to film its gun sales in the United States and create a computerized log of purchases in a bid to stop guns falling into the wrong hands.
Wal-Mart, which is the largest seller of firearms in the United States, agreed a 10-point code, which also includes rigid inventory controls, with a bipartisan coalition of Mayors Against Illegal Guns led by New York's Michael Bloomberg.
The retailer said it will develop a first-of-its-kind computerized crime gun trace log that will flag purchases by customers who have previously bought guns later recovered in crimes.
FWIW, Yes they are free to film whatever they want. It's their store.
And trace/track any sale with face recognition by video tracking software.
How far is too far? What's next?
They already got caught tracking Gillette items, by an imbedded RFID chip. It turns out they were attemping to know when you put somthing in your cart, and where else you went in the store, and what you bought.
I'm finding it easier and easier to just shop elsewhere.