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[liberationtech] Recommended surveillance readings?

Paul Bernal (LAW) Paul.Bernal at uea.ac.uk
Fri Sep 13 09:22:28 PDT 2013


>From a legal perspective, an interesting recent piece is Neil Richards' The Dangers of Surveillance:

http://www.harvardlawreview.org/issues/126/may13/Symposium_9477.php


On 13 Sep 2013, at 16:09, "Robert Guerra" <rguerra at privaterra.org<mailto:rguerra at privaterra.org>> wrote:

A global context would be great.

I'll ask around on several country & region specific lists that i'm on and share the details back on this list.

regards

Robert

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On 2013-09-13, at 12:16 AM, Yosem Companys wrote:

From:
Burcu Bakioglu <bbakiogl at gmail.com<mailto:bbakiogl at gmail.com>>

Hi all,
I am looking for suggestions on a student friendly reading on surveillance,
something that gives the overall picture, and any interesting readings on
the latest NSA incident. Having said that, I should note that I have some
materials in my hands, I just can't decide what would be engaging in a
classroom setting, hence my query... Any experiences on that regard?

Many thanks!


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Thanks,

Burcu S. Bakioglu, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow in New Media
Lawrence University

http://www.palefirer.com<http://www.palefirer.com/>

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