Beaconsfield, Quebec : Canadian Electronic Library, 2014.
1 online resource (xi, 239 pages) : color illustrations
Canadian Electronic Library. Canadian publishers collection.
Formatted Contents Note
Preface Acknowledgements Introduction: How Canadian Lives Became Transparent to Watching Eyes Trend 1. Expanding Surveillance: From the Atypical to the Routine Trend 2. Securitization and Surveillance: From Privacy Rights to Security Risks Trend 3 The Blurring of Sectors: From Public Versus Private to Public with Private Trend 4. The Growing Ambiguity of Personal Information: From Personally Identified to Personally Identifiable Trend 5. Expanding Mobile and Location-Based Surveillance: From Who You Are to Where You Are Trend 6. Globalizing Surveillance: From the Domestic to the Worldwide Trend 7. Embedding Surveillance in Everyday Environments: From the Surveillance of People to the Surveillance of Things Trend 8. Going Biometric: From Surveillance of the Body to Surveillance in the Body Trend 9. Watching by the People: From Them to Us Conclusion: What Can Be Done? Appendix 1. Surveillance and Privacy Law: FAQs Appendix 2. Surveillance Movies Appendix 3. How to Protect Your Privacy Online: FAQs Appendix 4. Canadian NGOs Concerned with Surveillance, Privacy, and Civil Liberties Appendix 5. Further Reading.
The work of a multidisciplinary research team, Transparent Lives explains why and how surveillance is expanding-mostly unchecked-into every facet of our lives.
"The New Transparency Project." Issued as part of the Canadian Electronic Library. Canadian publishers collection.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Issued also in print format. Also available in print version.
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