Surveillance (tagged articles)
Maureen A.S. Arsenal - Punishment from the legal system is typically seen as a proper response to lawbreakers and criminal activity. However, we do not consider how punishment enables law enforcement and the legal system to further oppress marginalized and minority populations, and how it... Keep Reading »
An Explanation of Self-Censorship in China: The Enforcement of Social Control Through a Panoptic Infrastructure
Simon K. Zhen - In contemporary China, as a result of centuries of censorship, major dissent at the domestic level has become rather rare. This research paper examines the mechanics of censorship in China. It will explore the evolution of censorship over time as well as the specifics... Keep Reading »
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Allison Blauvelt - Organized crime and terrorist organizations cannot be battled by force alone; anti-money laundering (AML) techniques have become key tools to trace these individuals through their finances. Every country has an interest in implementing internationally-standardized... Keep Reading »
Robert Duffley - In the Hermit Kingdom, information is a crucial resource. Its possession represents access to resource and weapons development techniques, but more importantly, information is what separates North Korean society from the rest of the world. Since the state’s inception... Keep Reading »
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