Tag Archives: Surveillance

Shoshana Zuboff on the Age of Surveillance Capitalism

The Intercept: “…An unavoidable takeaway of “The Age of Surveillance Capitalism” is, essentially, that everything is even worse than you thought. Even if you’ve followed the news items and historical trends that gird Zuboff’s analysis, her telling takes what look … Continue reading

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How Ring & Rekognition Set the Stage for Consumer Generated Mass Surveillance

By: Jevan Hutson If every home on a street, in a neighborhood, or in a town had a Ring surveillance system, the individual cameras, taken together, could construct an extremely intimate picture of daily public life. By integrating facial recognition … Continue reading

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The Long Fight to Stop Mass Surveillance: 2018 in Review

EFF is in it for the long run, especially in the important, hard fights for your rights. One of the longest running fights in online civil liberties is over your right to have a private conversation over a digital network. … Continue reading

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Brobst on Artificial Intelligence & Surveillance of Confined Persons

Jennifer A. Brobst (Southern Illinois University School of Law) has posted The Metal Eye: Ethical Regulation of the State’s Use of Surveillance Technology and Artificial Intelligence to Observe Humans in Confinement (CAL. W. L. REV. (Forthcoming)) on SSRN.  Here is the … Continue reading

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TSA’s Roadmap for Airport Surveillance Moves in a Dangerous Direction

The Transportation Security Administration has set out an alarming vision of pervasive biometric surveillance at airports, which cuts against the right to privacy, the “right to travel,” and the right to anonymous association with others. The FAA Reauthorization Act of … Continue reading

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