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The Electronic Eye: The Rise of Surveillance Society
Preface and Acknowledgements. Part I: Situating Surveillance:. 1. Introduction: Body, Soul and Credit Card. 2. Surveillance in Modern Society. 3. New Surveillance Technologies. 4. From Big Brother toExpand
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Surveillance Studies: An Overview
* Contents * Preface and Acknowledgments * Introduction * Part I Viewpoints *1. The Watched World Today *2. Spreading Surveillance Sites *3. Explaining Surveillance * Part II Vision *4. Information,Expand
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Surveillance as social sorting : privacy, risk, and digital discrimination
Part One: Orientations 1. Surveillance as Social Sorting: Computer Codes and Mobile Bodies 2. Theorizing Surveillance: The Case of the Workplace 3. Biometrics and the Body as Information: NormativeExpand
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Surveillance society: Monitoring Everyday Life
Series editor's foreword Preface and acknowledgements Introduction Part one: Surveillance societies Disappearing bodies Invisible frameworks Leaky containers Part two: The spread of surveillanceExpand
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Surveillance after September 11
  • D. Lyon
  • Political Science
  • 1 November 2001
The aftermath of terrorist attacks on September 11 2001 includes widespread tightening of surveillance. The responses are a prism that puts several things in perspective. One, it is premature to seeExpand
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Surveillance, Snowden, and Big Data: Capacities, consequences, critique
The Snowden revelations about National Security Agency surveillance, starting in 2013, along with the ambiguous complicity of internet companies and the international controversies that followed provide a perfect segue into contemporary conundrums of surveillance and Big Data. Expand
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After Snowden: Rethinking the Impact of Surveillance
Current revelations about the secret US-NSA program, PRISM, have confirmed the large-scale mass surveillance of the telecommunication and electronic messages of governments, companies, and citizens,Expand
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An Electronic Panopticon? A Sociological Critique of Surveillance Theory
The concept of an electronic Panopticon is making increasingly frequent appearances within analyses of electronic surveillance. This paper traces briefly the history of the Panopticon from JeremyExpand
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Surveillance Studies: understanding visibility, mobility and the phenetic fix.
Surveillance studies is described as a cross-disciplinary initiative to understand the rapidly increasing ways in which personal details are collected, stored, transmitted, checked, and used as meansExpand
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