You love to put words in peoples mouths. I never said Japanese businessmen were wonderful, I said it was not in their culture and cultural pressure would prevent abuses like this from going on for very long. Example: A company tied their timecard system such that you had to smile for a camera in order to clock in (and a note would be sent to the supervisor if the smile wasn't good enough). The press got wind of it and they quickly shitcanned that idea. A similar situation would occur with abuse of this technology. Might I also inform you that Japan is a country that has unions, and while patronage is down now (because they are currently unnecessary), should companies start abusing their workers you can bet they will return in force.
You make so many assumptions in your posts, including ones about me, that it seems you are only talking to hear yourself speak. I will make one about you: you have not yet graduated college and have never left your continent of origin. You have no concept of people from different cultures having different values and that they would view and use the same tools differently. Continuing to argue with you would be pointless because you aren't even dimly aware of this basic fact of society, and seem to have no interest in exploring it. Your "humans are humans" approach is flawed because humans have created society to suppress the basic urge to take and exploit. In the west we lean towards laws and regulations, in the east they lean towards social pressure. For crying out loud you are lumping a culture where CEOs will kill themselves for tanking a company, with one where CEOs walk away with golden parachutes!
For the record, I am absolutely NOT a surveillance nut who espouses "if you've done nothing wrong you've nothing to hide". I once had that ignorant attitude in college, and I grew out of it shortly afterward. Hopefully once you finish college your ignorant attitudes will change as well.