Surveillance Nation—Part Two

Surveillance Nation-2 (Part 1) from Technology Review says though we are submitting ourselves to a proliferation of monitoring technologies, a loss of privacy is not inevitable.
They say it will be constrained by the structure of the huge databases necessary to store and manipulate surveillance data—and by the cultural and legal environment in which those databases arise. In fact, the way databases are configured may help foster accountability and usage policies that could regulate the deployment of surveillance.

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