The second volume of Media and Communication 2015 Special Issue on surveillance complements with an array of case studies the theoretical approach exposed in the first volume.
Among the contributions presented in the volume, Vian Bakir delves into the Resistance to Mass Surveillance after Snowden ; Minas Samatas analyses “Austerity Surveillance” in Greece under the Austerity Regime (2010−2014) . The table of contents and the other essays presented in the volume can be accessed here .
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