Councils and police should consider CCTV firms' human rights records before purchasing, the surveillance camera watchdog has said.
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Professor Fraser Sampson's call has been backed by Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee, Tom Tugendhat MP.
The committee has previously called for a ban on Chinese camera tech it says was used in Uyghur internment camps.
But there are doubts the government will add the proposed ethical rule to the CCTV code.
Don't look away
An update to the Surveillance Camera Code of Practice is expected soon - the first update in eight years.
It will set out the rules which police and local authorities in England and Wales are expected to follow when using surveillance cameras.
Professor Sampson says the update must require public bodies to think about the ethics of the companies that supply camera technology.
He told the BBC, that at the moment "it is possible to buy camera systems and avert one's eyes from the kind of surveillance operator practices that have been clearly condemned by the Commons foreign affairs committee.
Many local councils use Hikvision's devices, research by Top10VPN found. Samuel Woodhams, who carried out the study, welcomed the commissioner's intervention and said it "must now be followed up with concrete action".
Professor Sampson is pursuing his own inquiries into the foreign affairs committee's allegations against Hikvision,
He told the BBC he was still not satisfied with the firm's answers, and his position remains that he would have expected an "unequivocal response to reports that their practices have been ethically compromised, but that has not been the case".
He says the company offered him a meeting with a senior lawyer- but he declined, as the company said the contents could not be shared with the media or the public.