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[liberationtech] Sociological studies of covert mass-surveillance organisations

Shava Nerad shava23 at gmail.com
Sun Sep 1 14:52:34 PDT 2013


This isn't quite what you are looking for,  but as a jumping off point for
the old-school intelligence/diplomatic studies nexus of culture we are
inheriting,  this is not a bad historic orientation or bibliographic
compass set.

http://www.amazon.com/Diplomacy-Intelligence-During-Second-World/dp/0521521971

It's good to remember that these cultures predate the USA PATRIOT Act and
yes,  even the internet,  yea, even DARPAnet, verily! (Shows off her ticket
stub from Noah's ark… ;)

You will likely have to go to interlibrary loan for this one.  Not exactly
bestseller list material, even in college libraries, I imagine.

SN
On Aug 30, 2013 4:54 PM, "Yosem Companys" <companys at stanford.edu> wrote:

> From: Caspar Bowden <lists at casparbowden.net>
>
>  I realize this is an improbable request (I think), but is anyone aware of
> any Surveillance Studies research on the organisations conducting *
> covert/secret* mass-surveillance (a "securitocracy")
>
> many thanks any pointers
>
> Caspar Bowden
>
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