Ultracycling throws into relief the prosaics of machine vision in heterotopian spaces of hedonism and minimalism. I illustrate what it's like to navigate surveillance technology in an ultracycling race across Europe.
This article looks at why people use Whatsapp given the privacy concerns around the platform. Read the article to learn about the connection between the expository society, the lack of privacy, and participatory surveillance.
This paper discusses the diverse range of meanings and interpretations that can be discovered in/ projected onto Sun Yuan & Peng Yu’s artwork Can’t Help Myself by providing the reader with various points of comparison.
Earlier this year, the Dutch Data Protection Authority fined Enschede for allegedly violating the privacy of its citizens by using WiFi tracking. How is the Enschede WiFi tracking case related to the larger debate about privacy?
Individuals are constantly in the state of being surveilled. This article deals with peer surveillance on the internet and how this surveillance converges with the offline world into an online-offline nexus event.