The DCSS Project
The ESRC funded project “Digital Citizenship and Surveillance Society” (2014-16) explored the nature, opportunities and challenges of digital citizenship in light of the governmental surveillance measures revealed by whistle-blower Edward Snowden. The project analysed four central themes: policy, technology, civil society, and news media.The project was hosted at the Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies (JOMEC) at Cardiff University. The project investigators were: Dr Arne Hintz (Cardiff University), Dr Lina Dencik (Cardiff University), Prof Karin Wahl-Jorgensen (Cardiff University), Prof Ian Brown (Oxford University), Dr Michael Rogers (Technical University Delft).
Journal article – Towards Data Justice? The ambiguity of anti-surveillance resistance in political activism. Big Data & Society
Journal article – Explicit terror prevention versus vague civil liberty: how the UK broadcasting news (de)legitimatise online mass surveillance since Edward Snowden’s revelations. Information, Communication & Society
Journal article – The politics of surveillance policy: UK regulatory dynamics after Snowden. Internet Policy Review
Workshops and conferences
Closing Workshop (27 June 2016): Announcement / Videos (Key Findings, Post-Workshop Reflections)
|This project is hosted at Cardiff University and funded by the ESRC|