March 17, 2006
Watching the Watchers
In the burgeoning field of surveillance studies, researchers scrutinize the many ways in which human activity is monitored by government and industry
Walk anywhere in Manhattan's business districts, and almost every step you take will be recorded by surveillance cameras.
But you don't need a camera or a big city for surveillance. Anyone on a computer — from a farm outside Orem, Utah, to a resort on the Fijian island of Viti Levu — is most likely being
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