In 2015, the online, open access journal Media and Communication devoted a special issue to the topic of surveillance. In the first volume of the issue, the topic of surveillance is examined taking into account a variety of theoretical approaches as well as by providing in depth case studies.
James Schwoch, John Laprise and Ivory Mills authored the Introduction to the Special Issue. An essay by Christian Fuchs explores the interrelations between Surveillance and Critical Theory .
Contributes include Michael McCahill's Theorizing Surveillance in the UK Crime Control Field , Nora Ni Loideain essay on EU Law and Mass Internet Metadata Surveillance in the Post-Snowden Era as well as Sebastian Kubitschko's reflection on The Role of Hackers in Countering Surveillance and Promoting Democracy .
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