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Losing Our Right to Privacy: How Far is Too Far?
Dr Mark S Ellis
Citizens @ the Fringes: How e-Government Initiatives in British Columbia Are Displacing Citizens’ Rights and Participation
Inverse Surveillance, Activist Journalism and the Brazilian Protests: the Mídia NINJA Case
Raphael Ramos Monteiro de Souza
Surveillance and Education
David Rosen and Aaron Santesso
Proof is Not Binary: The Pace and Complexity of Computer Systems and the Challenges Digital Evidence Poses to the Legal System
John S Atkinson
Fighting For Your Right to What Exactly? The Convoluted Case Law of the EU Court of Justice on Privacy and/or Personal Data Protection
Gloria González Fuster
The Surveillance of ‘Risky Subjects’: Adiaphorisation through Criminal Records, and Contested Narratives of Stigma
Outsourcing Surveillance—Privatising Policy: Communications Regulation by Commercial Intermediaries
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