Engelstalige surveillance lectuur: de oogst van 2012

Een kleine greep uit de engelstalige boeken die in de loop van 2012 verschenen zijn rond privacy en surveillance.

  • Andy Greenberg: This machine kills secrets. How WikiLeakers, Cypherpunks, and Hacktivists Aim to Free the World’s Information (2012)
  • Marcello Di Cintio: Walls: Travels Along the Barricades (Goose Lane Ed., 2012)
  • J.J. Luna: How to Be Invisible. Protect Your Home, Your Children, Your Assets, and Your Life (Thomas Dunne Books, 2012). How do you keep yourself under the radar in an information age where anyone, anywhere can track you down? This book addresses this question and lifts you from the depression other books on privacy might give you. Meticulously researched and quite entertaining at times, How to Be Invisible gives practical advice on how to stay out of sight in the real world, digitally or otherwise. Some even call this book the bible of the privacy-minded.
  • Alexandra Hall: Border Watch. Cultures of Immigration, Detention and Control (Pluto Press, 2012)
  • Jenna M. Loyd, Matt Mitchelson, Andrew Burridge: Beyond Walls and Cages. Prisons, Borders, and Global Crisis
  • Fredrika Björklund, Ola Svenonius (ed.) Video Surveillance and Social Control in a Comparative Perspective (2012)
  • Gudrun Vande Walle, Evelien Van den Herrewegen, Nils Zurawski: Crime, Security and Surveillance. Effects for the Surveillant and the Surveilled (Eleven, 2012)
  • Rebecca MacKinnon: Consent of the Networked (2012)