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BOOKS | ‘Technocreep’ and how we are seduced by surveillance

Thomas Keenan has written a helpful description of the kinds of surveillance undertaken by corporations, governments, criminal enterprises, and just plain creeps every second of every day. By Ron Jacobs | The Rag Blog | August 5, 2014 [Technocreep: The … finish reading Ron Jacobs :
BOOKS | ‘Technocreep’ and how we are seduced by surveillance

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Invasive Procedures : Privacy, and Online Behaviorial Targeting

Privacy advocates meet with Obama’s people concerning online advertising and the use of behavioral research.by Wendy Davis / December 17, 2008 Privacy advocates met Tuesday with members of President-elect Barack Obama’s Federal Trade Commission transition team to urge that the … finish reading Invasive Procedures : Privacy, and Online Behaviorial Targeting

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Some Web Firms Say They Track Behavior Without Explicit Consent

‘Increasingly, there are no limits technologically as to what a company can do in terms of collecting information’By Ellen Nakashima / August 12, 2008 Several Internet and broadband companies have acknowledged using targeted-advertising technology without explicitly informing customers, according to … finish reading Some Web Firms Say They Track Behavior Without Explicit Consent

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