Towards a Unified Conceptual Model for Surveillance Theories: "We Shall Meet in the Place Where There is no Darkness" - 1984, George Orwell

@article{Barn2018TowardsAU,
  title={Towards a Unified Conceptual Model for Surveillance Theories: "We Shall Meet in the Place Where There is no Darkness" - 1984, George Orwell},
  author={Balbir S. Barn and Ravinder Barn},
  journal={2018 IEEE/ACM 40th International Conference on Software Engineering: Software Engineering in Society (ICSE-SEIS)},
  year={2018},
  pages={71-80}
}
The erosion of values such as privacy can be a critical factor in preventing the acceptance of new innovative technology especially in challenging environments such as the criminal justice system. Erosion of privacy happens through either deliberate or inadvertent surveillance. Since Bentham's original liberal project in the 1900s, a literature and a whole study area around theories of surveillance has developed. Increasingly this general body of work has focussed on the role of information… CONTINUE READING
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