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[liberationtech] Swedish press question: How does surveillance change the citizen's behavior?

Tom O winterfilth at gmail.com
Thu Dec 12 05:36:45 PST 2013


To be honest you are probably asking the wrong crowd.

In my experience the way everyday society uses the internet probably hasn't
changed. For the most part 99% of the population use it the same as they
did before.

Confirmation bias is easy to find. The reality is most people haven't
changed, as sad as that is.
On 11 Dec 2013 23:54, "Anders Thoresson" <anders at thoresson.net> wrote:

> I'm a swedish freelance reporter. Presently, I'm doing research for an
> article about how surveillance changes the behavior of the citizens. What
> my editor want my story to answer is essence one question, but a large one:
> "How does mass-surveillance like what's exposed by Edward Snowden change
> how people use the Internet?"
>
> Finding theoretical discussions isn't hard. What I'm trying to find is
> recent research that is based on real-life observations (or similar) how
> this actually happens. The PEN America's report is one good example[1], but
> I would also like to have research based on a wider demography, not well
> known authors and journalists.
>
> I understand that there hasn't gone long enough to do actual studies based
> on what has happened since Snowden's leaks, so what I'm looking for is
> studies that look into other kinds of online surveillance.
>
> I'm thankful for any pointers.
>
> [1] – http://www.pen.org/chilling-effects
>
> Best regards,
> Anders Thoresson
> http://anders.thoresson.se
> http://www.dn.se/blogg/teknikbloggen
> http://twitter.com/thoresson
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