- 19 April 2013: Job: Post-Doctoral Researcher/Senior Analyst for Innovation Research
- 7 April 2013: cfp. Privacy Enabled Surveillance?
- 4 April 2013: SSN announces mentorship programme
- 20 March 2013: Colin Bennett gives the first Annual CRISP Lecture
- 13 March 2013: cfp. The 2nd Ethics of Surveillance Conference
- 13 March 2013: ERC Programmable City project: intro and posts
- 13 March 2013: cfp: Surveillance and the Mediation of Big Data
- 13 March 2013: cfp: The Practice of Surveillance in the Arab World
- 1 March 2013: And the 2013 SSN Global Scholar Awards go to…
- 22 February 2013: Blogs and Twitter resources on Surveillance
Surveillance Studies Book Prize 2012
The SSN book prize 2012 goes to Professor Susan Landau for her book on Surveillance or Security? The Risks Posed by New Wiretapping Technologies, read more
The Surveillance Studies Annual Book Prize 2011
The inaugural price has been awarded to Professor Torin Monahan’s book SURVEILLANCE IN THE TIME OF INSECURITY. read more
Surveillance Studies Network Global Scholar Award 2011
Every two years, the Surveillance Studies Network will award up to 3 bursaries of £500 (500 GBP) each for attendees of the Surveillance Studies Summer Seminar (SSSS) organised by the Surveillance Studies Centre at Queen’s University, Ontario, Canada, from less developed or developing countries, who are in need of financial assistance. read more
UK Information Commissioner reports to Parliament on the state of surveillance, based on an update report on developments since 2006 authored by SSN members.
His report includes the SSN-authored ‘An Update to a report on the surveillance society’, on which it is based. read more
List of Surveillance Feature Films
Dietmar Kammerer compiled a list of feature films with a surveillance context, link or theme. Read more.
Surveillance and Society in the News
The research by Mike McCahill and Rachel Finn on surveillance in schools, published in the lastested edition of Surveillance and Society, was reported in the the UKs Daily Telegraph newspaper on July 7th 2010.
The full article can be read here: The Social impact of Surveillance in Three UK Schools: Angels, Devils and Teen Mums
Surveillance Studies Network (SSN) is a registered charitable company dedicated to the study of surveillance in all its forms, and the free distribution of scholarly information.
We are registered in the UK, but welcome members and supporters from all over the world. We own and run the journal Surveillance and Society and also act as a clearing house for social science and policy research and consultancy about surveillance.
SSN would like to thank the following people and organizations:
The Milton Keynes branch of the National Council for Voluntary Organizations
The LawWorks for Community Groups scheme, especially:
- Aimi Friend at Simmonds and Simmonds Solicitors for the initial legal documentation
- Neil Brown at Vodafone Legal for drafting our Licensing agreements
Michael Wright Audio Visual Services for producing the DVD of our earlier media appearances
Keith Dixon, ex Open University Business School, who helped prepare the business plan
Russell-Cooke Solicitors Charity Team for their excellent newsletters and training network
Andrew Talbot who provided our membership software
Florian Kuhlmann who made the website work