Browse by Subject "surveillance"
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(2014-05-30)This study is made up of four essays on technology, culture, and citizenship. While there are overlapping themes and concerns amongst all the chapters, each chapter also stands on its own. Taken together, they explore the ...
(iSchools, 2014-03-01)After Edward Snowden leaked classified intelligence records to the press in June 2013, government metadata surveillance programs - and the risk that large-scale metadata collection poses to personal information privacy ...
(iSchools, 2014-03-01)Libraries have long maintained strong protections for patron privacy and intellectual freedom. However, the increasing prevalence of sophisticated surveillance systems in public libraries potentially threatens these core ...
(2013-03-14)A presentation about a new course and its content. The course is offered by the area centers at the University of Illinois through the LEEP online program as a way to learn more about changes around the world associated ...
Surveillance of audience labor using new media: Three innovations of television broadcast networks (iSchools, 2013-02)In response to the proliferation of channels, the growth of the Internet, and the availability of time-shifting and advertisement-blocking technologies, how are television broadcast networks using new media innovations to ...
Understanding humanitarian information infrastructure: An ethnographic case study of designing public health surveillance systems monitoring sexual violence and exploitation (2009-02-08)Sexual violence and exploitation (SVE) in conflict settings is an under reported phenomenon that has challenged service delivery and humanitarian intervention. A proposed solution to this problem is to create a global ...