Enabling digital citizenship? The reshaping of surveillance policy after Snowden

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Hintz, Arne; Ian, Brown;
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The revelations by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden have led to policy reform debates in several countries and to policy change in some, including a new legislative framework in the UK—the Investigatory Powers Act. In this article, we trace the forces and dynamics that ... View more
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