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

Anders Thoresson anders at thoresson.net
Wed Dec 18 02:05:27 PST 2013


Thanks Jessica! I'm already in touch with them.

Best,
Anders

Med vänliga hälsningar,
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On 17 Dec 2013, at 22:56, Jessica L. Beyer wrote:

> Dear Anders,
>
> You might look to the world of filesharing, e.g. the implementation of
> IPRED in Sweden (http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/7978853.stm). Måns 
> Svensson and
> Stefan Larsson at Lund University have done some fantastic work on
> filesharing that have empirical findings related to surveillance.  For
> instance, they have a 2012 New Media and Society piece titled 
> "Intellectual
> property law compliance in Europe: Illegal file sharing and the role 
> of
> social norms" that looks at the implementation of IPRED. The piece is
> focused on the issue of social norms, but as a side finding shows 
> changes
> in behavior. They have other work in this area as well - see the 
> Cybernorms
> working group, http://cybernormer.se/about-us/
>
> I know the legality issues are different - but the underlying 
> questions
> about what people do when they think they are being watched could be
> helpful.
>
> Best,
> Jessica
>
>
>
>
>
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Dr. Jessica L. Beyer, @jlbeyer <https://twitter.com/jlbeyer>
> <http://www.beyergyre.com/jlbeyer/>http://www.beyergyre.com/jlbeyer/
> University of Washington
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>
> On Wed, Dec 11, 2013 at 4:54 AM, 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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