Surveillance & Social Control

Privacy and surveillance work runs the risk of being siloed in a media and telecommunications sector (because of its relationship to the Internet)–we cannot let this happen. The disastrous impacts of this state and industry sponsored apparatus is, among other things, an extension of neo-liberal policy. As social justice leaders and movement builders we need to ensure media/telcom policy and tech heads are working with us, and shaping their actions and recommendations based on our vision for our schools, neighborhoods, cities, public transportation, work-places–and other sites of place-making.

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