Gary Marx on Surveillance
Gary T. Marx is a sociology professor at MIT, and a frequent writer on privacy issues. I find him both clear and insightful, as well as interesting and entertaining.
This new paper is worth reading: "Soft Surveillance: The Growth of Mandatory Volunteerism in Collecting Personal Information -- 'Hey Buddy Can You Spare a DNA?'"
You can read a whole bunch of his other articles here.
Posted on February 15, 2006 at 12:21 PM • 10 Comments