Novativa, the oldes computing journal in Spain, has published a special English edition on Privacy and New Technologies (a 2012/2013 annual selection of articles).
Among the authors are quite a few membes of the Surveillance Studies Network.
Guest Editors: Gemma Galdon Clavell and Gus Hosein
- Presentation. Privacy, Technology and Policy: Social Networks, Data Mining and Surveillance – Gemma Galdon Clavell, Gus Hosein
- Privacy and Surveillance Primer – Aaron Martin
- European Data Protection and the Haunting Presence of Privacy – Gloria González Fuster, Rocco Bellanova
- Secrecy Trumps Location: A Short Paper on Establishing the Gravity of Privacy Interferences Posed by Detection Technologies – Mathias Vermeulen
- Surveillance Technology and Territorial Controls: Governance and the ‘Lite Touch’ of Privacy – Darren Palmer, Ian Warren
- Google: Navigating Security, Rights to Information and Privacy – Cristina Blasi Casagran, Eduard Blasi Casagran
- Human Traces on the Internet: Privacy and Online Tracking in Popular Websites in Brazil – Fernanda Glória Bruno, Liliane da Costa Nascimento, Rodrigo José Firmino,Marta M. Kanashiro, Rafael Evangelista
- Social Networks and the Protection of Personal Information. When Privacy is Not Perceived As a Right – Massimo Ragnedd
- Privacy and Body Scanners at EU Airports – Joan Figueras Tugas