Surveillance

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The NYPD's new "Digidog," that was used during a home invasion in the Bronx. Photo credit: Daniel Valls / FNTV freedomnews.tv
The United States Army recently unveiled the PD-100 Black Hornet Personal Reconnaissance System at the Association of the United States Army Expo in Washington, D.C. Read more here: http://www.livescience.com/40908-palm-size-drones-buzz-over-battlefield.html  Photo credit: Richard Watt
Artist: Paul Kuczynski (Pawel Kuczyńskiego)

Surveillance: Drones

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BREAKING: A federal appeals court just ruled that the NSA's bulk collection of Americans' phone records was illegal. This ruling, which confirms what we have always known, is a victory for our privacy rights. ~ @ACLU
More Continue to Be Concerned with Country's Protection over Civil Liberties  Bigger concern about gov't anti-terrorism policies?  Source: Pew Research Center

Surveillance: Law

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Artist: Pavel 183, also known as Pavel Pukhov  [click on this image to find a short video for use in exploring surveillance and Foucault's concept of the panopticon]
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Surveillance: Cameras

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The NYPD's new "Digidog," 2021
The NYPD's new "Digidog," that was used during a home invasion in the Bronx. Photo credit: Daniel Valls / FNTV freedomnews.tv
Cyber Intelligence Sharing & Protection Act
Your Smartphone Is Spying on You
a line graph shows the number of traditional police practices toward big data surveillance, including
Migration of Tradition Police Practices toward Big Data Surveillance
This image depicts continuities and changes associated with the adoption of big data analytics within the police organizations. Specifically, it illustrates the migration of traditional police practices toward big data surveillance. Each line represents a continuum of surveillance practices, from traditional to big data surveillance. The length of the black lines represents the degree of transformation in surveillance practices associated with the use of big data. Source: S. Brayne, 2017
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BREAKING: A federal appeals court just ruled that the NSA's bulk collection of Americans' phone records was illegal. This ruling, which confirms what we have always known, is a victory for our privacy rights. ~ @ACLU
the percentage of americans'views on democracy
Dem's, blacks & Hispanics say it's acceptable to track cellphones amid the coronavirus outbreak
Democrats, black and Hispanic Americans more likely to say it is acceptable for the government to track people's cellphones amid the coronavirus outbreak, 2020 Source: Pew Research Center
an info sheet describing the different types of data collected by people on social media platforms
60% of Americans say it's not possible to go through daily life without having their data collected
Roughly six-in-ten Americans believe it is not possible to go through daily life without having their data collected Source: Pew Research Center
a woman is standing in front of an american flag with sheep on the other side
Follow this link to find a sociologically-informed post that examines why #MassSurveillance matters, even for those who count themselves innocent of all crimes: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/videos/if-you-have-nothing-to-hide-you-have-everything-to-worry-about-a-sociologically-informed-account-of-why-nsa-spying-matters Artist: Will Varner
the line graph shows that there are more continue to be concerned with country's protection over civil liberty
More Continue to Be Concerned with Country's Protection over Civil Liberties Bigger concern about gov't anti-terrorism policies? Source: Pew Research Center
a person holding a remote control device in their right hand and wearing gloves on the other
The United States Army recently unveiled the PD-100 Black Hornet Personal Reconnaissance System at the Association of the United States Army Expo in Washington, D.C. Read more here: http://www.livescience.com/40908-palm-size-drones-buzz-over-battlefield.html Photo credit: Richard Watt