The Creep of Surveillance: From "Big Brother" to Mom and Dad
The expanded use of technology for monitoring people’s compliance, performance, and even personal legitimacy
Technology has been used to monitor offenders, consumers, workers, students, and even children. Technology has enabled law enforcement and other agents of social control to uncover a range of information and behavior that previously went undetected. This presentation explores the expanded use of technology for monitoring people’s compliance, performance, and even personal legitimacy. David Mackey discusses the devious devices and some of their legal, social, and ethical implications.
This program made possible by a grant from the New Hampshire Humanities Council.
Where: New Hampshire Telephone Museum
1 Depot Street
Warner, NH 03278
When: Friday, Sept. 25th at 6:30pm - 8:00pm
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