Surveillance Project: Globalization of Personal Data (GPD)
The Globalization of Personal Data (GPD) project
- traces the paths of personal data flows as they cross national borders;
- seeks out how ordinary people feel about the travels of their data, especially as they are used to profile them; and
- explores the social, economic, political and cultural consequences of intensified personal data flows.
Project web site: http://www.surveillanceproject.org/projects/gpd"".
A Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRCC) Initiative on the New Economy (INE) Project"".
Location Technologies: Mobility, Surveillance and Privacy: A Report to the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada under the Contributions Program (The Surveillance Project, 2005-03)The report looks at the broad context of contemporary surveillance, and how location technologies fit within this increasingly networked and integrated environment. It also comments on developments in other countries -- ...
The Globalization of Personal Data: A mid-term report to the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRCC) (2005)This report details the work-in-progress of the Globalization of Personal Data project, funded by the SSHRC INE1 program and based at Queen’s University. The project investigates some of the many ways that personal data ...