Video activism and the ambiguities of counter-surveillance

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Wilson, Dean; Serisier, Tanya;
(2010)
  • Publisher: Surveillance Studies Network
  • Subject:
    acm: ComputingMethodologies_IMAGEPROCESSINGANDCOMPUTERVISION

This paper examines the use of visual technologies by political activists in protest situations to monitor police conduct. Using interview data with Australian video activists, this paper seeks to understand the motivations, techniques and outcomes of video activism, an... View more
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