On the Identity Trail's Focus on Surveillance:

Overprotection, Surveillance, and the Development of Virtue
By: David Matheson
A work in progress.

Privacy and Surveillance in Web 2.0: Unintended Consequences and the Rise of “Netaveillance”
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By: Michael Zimmer
May 29, 2007

Consumer Information as Commodity: A Glimpse into the Canadian Data Brokerage Industry and an Assessment of Retailer Compliance with Data Protection Laws
By: Philippa Lawson
Presented to the Surveillance Project in Kingston on April 27, 2006.

Comparative Approaches in IT Regulation: Communications Surveillance
By: Marc Rotenberg
Presented on September 29, 2005, at the Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice, Toronto.

Techniques of Consumer Surveillance and Approaches to their regulation in Canada and the USA
By: Philippa Lawson
This paper was presented at the tenth annual International Consumer Law Conference in Lima, Peru, May 4-6, 2005. It also formed the basis of a presentation given at CFP2005 on April 12, 2005 as part of a day-long workshop organized by the On the Identity Trail project.

Not So Crazy About the Chips
By: Ian Kerr
Article in Innovate Magazine, Centre for Innovation Law and Policy, Spring 2005.

"Sousveillance" Inverse Surveillance in Multimedia Imaging
By: Steve Mann
International Multimedia Conference: Proceedings of the 12th annual ACM international conference on Multimedia (ACM Press, New York: 2004).

Surfing While Muslim: Privacy, Freedom of Speech and the Unintended Consequences of Cybercrime Legislation
By: Jason Young
Article in Int. J. of Comm. L. & Pol’y, No. 9, December 2004, online: SSRN

Continuous Lifelong Capture of Personal Experience with Eyetap
By: Steve Mann
Opening Keynote Address, ACM Multimedia 2004 1st Workshop on Continuous Archival and Retrieval of Personal Experiences, Columbia University, New York, October 15, 2004.

Sousveillance and Cyborglogs: A 30 year empirical voyage through ethical, legal and policy issues
By: Steve Mann

Privacy Advocacy In An Age Of Surveillance: The CIPPIC Approach
By: Pippa Lawson
Presented at The Concealed I: Anonymity, Identity and the Prospect of Privacy, University of Ottawa, March 5, 2005.
 
HollaBack NYC: Sites of Resistance, Sousveillance, and Street Harassment
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By: Jennifer Barrigar

Surveillance and Sousveillance: A continuation of questions for Steve Mann
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By: Steven Davis

Camerica?: Two Cheers (or Less) for the Indiscriminate Spread of Video Cameras in Public Areas
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By: Gary Marx

TOO MANY CAMERAS
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By: Ian Kerr

I’ll get that to go: HyperSonic Sound technology and the right to be left alone
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By: Catherine Thompson

For The Sake Of Productivity...
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By: Sara Azargive

The Nature of Privacy
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By: Steven Davis

The Question of Ethics in Information Technology Research
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By: Angela Long

Privacy, Anonymity and Public Spaces: What is going On?
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By: Thomas B. Riley

Smart Borders: A wholesale information sharing and surveillance regime
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By: Krista Boa

Voyeurism in the Age of Surveillance
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By: Jason Young 

Transborder Dataflow Comes Home to Roost
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By: Stephanie Perrin