The COST action Living in Surveillance Societies has ended in April 2013
This site is no longer avtive, but serves as an archive of the activities of the COST action IS0807 that ran from April 2009 to April 2013. Addresses and affiliations of the experts may have changed since.
I you want to know more about the action or about the website, lists and activities, contact either
William Webster: william.webster(at)stir.ac.uk...
conference Technical University Berlin, April 5th and 6th 2011
The organizers are pleased to annouce the following confirmed keynote speakers on the Privacy and Accountability conference:
Colin Bennett, Paul de Hert, Charles Raab, Priscilla Regan.
Please mind the deadline for abstract submission, which is the 1st of
december. (details on
A new book entitled 'Global Privacy Protection: The First Generation' edited by James R. Rule and Graham Greenleaf and containing a chapter by LiSS expert Ivan Szekely is now available in paperback. More information about the book can be found at: http://www.e-elgar.co.uk/Bookentry_Main.lasso?id=13251
BROAD (Broadening the Range of Awareness in Data protection) project video clips are now freely downloadable from the test version of the International PET Portal and Blog (http://pet-portal.eu/video). The videos present privacy and informational self-determination as a value in the information society or unmask privacy-invasive behavioral...
An opportunity to undertake surveillance related doctoral research at the Open University Business School (UK) in conjunction with the 'New Transparency: Surveillance and Social Sorting' project (Canada).
For further information see: http://www.open.ac.uk/oubs/our-different-approach/in-focus.php
1. Surveillance, Marketing and Consumption, eds. Jason Pridmore and Detlev Zwick, deadline 28 February 2010.
2. Surveillance & Empowerment, eds. Torin Monahan, David Murakami Wood and David J. Phillips, deadline 31 March 2010.
See the Surveillance and Society homepage for further information.<br...
For further information see the invitation to tender: <link...
Welcome to the Living in Surveillance Societies (LiSS) Website. Here you will find information about the activities and people associated with the LiSS COST Action IS0807. You will also find a range of materials, links and other useful information relating to surveillance in everyday life.