First, state dataveillance
practices increasingly depend on data produced and stored by corporate entities and/or generated through quotidian uses of their products (applications, services, and devices).
144) See Froomkin, supra note 6, at 1470-72 (defining dataveillance
and potential dangers).
Yet they have incorporated previous surveillance modalities, including their prejudicial beliefs and invasive techniques, and merged them with dataveillance
capabilities that amplify the potential for civil liberties violations and personal harm.
Our failures also seem to arise when these sorts of dataveillance
techniques are used ineffectively.
html; see also Roger Clarke, Introduction to Dataveillance
and Information Privacy, and Definitions of Terms, Sept.
For example, while dataveillance
is the norm on the Net, cybersavvy privacy hawks have their ways of evading it.
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First, the citizen as the subject of and subject to dataveillance
There are important distinctions to be made between the information gathering of state-sponsored security regimes and site-specific CCTV systems, the dataveillance
techniques of the online economy, and content provided by users, for a variety of reasons, on sites such as Facebook.
2007): "Message in a bottle: Stored communications interception as practised in Australia", presented at: From Dataveillance
to Uberveillance and the Realpolitik of the Transparent Society: The Second Workshop on the Social Implications of National Security, K.
Dummer, False Positives and Secure Flight Using Dataveillance
When Viewed Through the Ever Increasing Likelihood of Identity Theft, 11 J.
Sophisticated monitoring devices - dubbed dataveillance
- were able to log every aspect of an individual person's working day which formed part of their performance-related pay deal GMB bosses have now lodged a formal complaint with the venture capital-owned company, alleging the regime is causing staff undue stress.