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British Politics and Policy at LSE – Book Review: Social Media as Surveillance: rethinking visibility in a converging world
"Within a few years social media has become an ordinary part of our everyday lives. So too increasingly have fears about the impact this technology has had on privacy. In Social Media As Surveillance Daniel Trottier presents empirical research with a range of interested parties, using this a basis to explore the relationship between social media and surveillance. Paul Bernal found the book impressive and timely, particularly with regards to the insight its data offers into contemporary practices and anxieties. "
book  review  social-media  surveillance  sousveillance  privacy 
july 2013 by tsuomela
A Meteor Streaking Through the Sky From Six Vantage Points - Multimedia Feature - NYTimes.com
"Debris from a meteor streaked through the sky with a blinding flash in western Siberia early Friday. A number of drivers captured the incident on their dashboard cameras, an accessory used by Russian motorists to document whatever may happen on the road. Here you can see six videos, uploaded to YouTube, aligned to represent the fiery trajectory from various viewpoints. Click play on any video to start all videos."
pervasive-computing  crowdsourcing  sousveillance  meteor  video  country(Russia) 
february 2013 by tsuomela

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