StopWatching.Us: Mozilla launches massive campaign on digital surveillance

, Jun 11, 2013
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Honestly, I don't think they're going to stop watching, at least, they won't stop watching in the online equivalent of public spaces and malls. But the secrecy of the program, and uncertainly about how the data will be used, is sufficient to warrant concern, especially when the data is extended to include things like health and education. Anyhow, some recent coverage:

Why these resources? These are the ones I thought offered some insight or original point of view. Related: I think Obama could make this a defining moment of his presidence, in a good way, drafting clear legislation ensuring transparency, equity of access, and protection of personal provacy, with respect to online data.

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