The Surveillance Society: Information Technology and Bureaucratic Social Control

@inproceedings{Gandy1989TheSS,
  title={The Surveillance Society: Information Technology and Bureaucratic Social Control},
  author={Oscar H. Gandy},
  year={1989}
}
Advanced electronic technologies “dramatically increase the bureaucratic advantage” in the workplace, marketplace, and government by enabling—and encouraging—increasingly automatic methods of surveillance of the individual that the U.S. legal system cannot control. 

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