Sociologists, however, most notably David Lyon and Gary Marx, have written about the potential significance of surveillance resistance. See, e.g., DAVID LYON, SURVEILLANCE STUDIES: AN OVERVIEW 178 (2007) (observing that only consideration of "the myriad forms of spontaneous [and] ad hoc . . . opposition to and negotiation of surveillance" will provide "a much […]
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