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Title: Location Technologies: Mobility, Surveillance and Privacy: A Report to the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada under the Contributions Program
Authors: Lyon, David
Marmura, Stephen
Peroff, Pasha

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Keywords: Surveillance
Location technologies
E-911 services
Issue Date: Mar-2005
Publisher: The Surveillance Project
Abstract: 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 -- such as E-911 services in the USA -- that have a bearing on the Canadian situation. Lastly, it attempts to gauge how ordinary citizens, workers, consumers and travelers interact with and respond to location technologies.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1974/1942
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