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[liberationtech] Solutions to surveillance, beyond tech & legal

Michael Rogers michael at briarproject.org
Wed Dec 18 02:24:32 PST 2013


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On 18/12/13 00:44, Yosem Companys wrote:
> Using this framework, it's clear that the media is focusing on the 
> regulative (laws) and parts of the cultural-cognitive (tech), but 
> ignoring the normative and affective, as Dan notes, including arts
> and humanities.

Perhaps we could see the fact that the media's interested in this
issue at all as an acknowledgement of the normative and affective
aspects - i.e. the appetite for surveillance stories comes from people
being upset that norms are being transgressed?

I do agree though that there's a lack of explicit engagement with
normative questions - the terrorism frame tends to exclude them. What
frame can we use to challenge the terrorism frame? Big Brother lacks
emotional traction and doesn't have much to say about norms either.

Cheers,
Michael

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