This is a compiled list of the resources on surveillance on the web that was exchanged on the Jisc-list on Surveillance. It is far from being complete, but I tried to put some order in the many interesting links and tweets.
These surveillance blogs are more or less academically orientated or kept by academics.
http://www.surveillantidentity.com, Surveillance and Identity
http://lavits.org/?lang=en Latin American Network of Surveillance, Technology and Society Studies (Lavits).In English, Spanish and Portuguese:
http://ubisurv.wordpress.com, David Murakami Wood’s blog
http://www.surveillance-studies.org/ (mostly German)
http://www.security-games.com, blog on mega-events
https://www.eff.org/ – Electronic Frontier Foundation
https://www.eff.org/about/staff/katitza-rodriguez, surveillance at the international level
https://www.privacyinternational.org/, Privacy International (UK)
http://digitalcourage.de/ (German, awards the German Big Brother Awards)
These are blog and websites that cover a very diverse set of subjects
Wired’s danger room blog. These are good for military and intelligence aspects of surveillance,
http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/ – surveillance news especially as it pertains to the US criminal system
http://www.pogowasright.org/ This is a great site for all things privacy related.
Technology, Thoughts and Trinkets — http://www.christopher-parsons.com/
These are various twitter accounts – check them out!
The Australian Surveillance Studies Centre twitter link is at: @AustSurvStudies
Chiara Fonio: @SurvinItaly
David Barnard-Wills @dbarnardwills
Lavits’ twitter account is: @lavits_
@admmo, focuses on digital surveillance in security/policing and associated issues of information privacy.