We are being surveilled. Data that citizen-users generate are collected for the purposes of profit-making and/or systematic investigation of dissent and political control. However, the same techniques of dataveillance can be utilized toward central authorities, and their private partners, in order to inform the public and force institutional transparency and accountability. Center for Media at Risk postdoctoral fellow Zeyno Ustun will moderate a roundtable discussion on tactics, tools, and methods of counter-dataveillance with Elif Ince, Jin Zhu and Burak Arikan.
Center for Media at Risk Roundtable: Counter-Dataveillance
Elif Ince, Burak Arikan, Jin Zhu, and Zeyno Ustun
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