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   * [[http://​library.queensu.ca/​ojs/​index.php/​surveillance-and-society/​|Surveillance and Society]]   * [[http://​library.queensu.ca/​ojs/​index.php/​surveillance-and-society/​|Surveillance and Society]]
  
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-==== My doctor'​s office asked me to lie (RS) ==== +
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-  * [[https://​www.stallman.org/​articles/​asked_to_lie.html|My doctor'​s office asked me to lie]] Richard Stallman+
  
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 There are two key trends in the development of surveillance and privacy technologies over the next decade: 1. Surveillance will increasingly be deployed for pre-emptive purposes by governments and companies. This is driven by an increase in computing capacity, miniaturisation of devices and improvements in performance,​ together with increased public use of digital media. 2. Without a stronger impetus from regulators, the limited economic viability of privacy- protective technologies to date and reliance on ineffective privacy solutions means that privacy protection is lagging behind the development of surveillance technologies. There are two key trends in the development of surveillance and privacy technologies over the next decade: 1. Surveillance will increasingly be deployed for pre-emptive purposes by governments and companies. This is driven by an increase in computing capacity, miniaturisation of devices and improvements in performance,​ together with increased public use of digital media. 2. Without a stronger impetus from regulators, the limited economic viability of privacy- protective technologies to date and reliance on ineffective privacy solutions means that privacy protection is lagging behind the development of surveillance technologies.
 Taken together, these developments in surveillance and privacy technologies are likely to have a number of effects on identity over the next ten years, related to interpersonal trust, social mobility and conformity/​obedience,​ and political pluralism. Taken together, these developments in surveillance and privacy technologies are likely to have a number of effects on identity over the next ten years, related to interpersonal trust, social mobility and conformity/​obedience,​ and political pluralism.
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 +==== My doctor'​s office asked me to lie (RS) ====
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 +  * [[https://​www.stallman.org/​articles/​asked_to_lie.html|My doctor'​s office asked me to lie]] Richard Stallman
  
 ==== Looking up symptoms online ? These companies are tracking you ==== ==== Looking up symptoms online ? These companies are tracking you ====
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