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Muslim Surveillance Affirmative

[wpfilebase tag=”file” id=42] Introduction The Muslim Surveillance affirmative is based on the world of two books – The Muslims Are Coming: Islamophobia, Extremism, and the

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Bibliography: Biometric Surveillance

Main Surveillance Resources   Reference What is biometrics? Biometric ID surveillance Articles The FBI’s plan to collect everyone’s DNA just got a huge boost from Congress

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Debating Surveillance: General Bibliography

All Surveillance Resources Articles Privacy matters: Anti-surveillance education in the library Supervision: An Introduction to the Surveillance Society Aiding Surveillance Eyes Wide Open In NSA

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Bibliography: Surveillance and Racism

Video [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0CrsqII6las] The speakers argue that racism is the driving force behind surveillance and that it cannot be solved by legal reform. Audio Racism,

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Debating Surveillance: Conclusions

Previous: Kritiks Conclusion The resolution grew out of a recent and ongoing controversy related to surveillance, especially mass surveillance. Although the surveillance controversy extends beyond

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Bib — Surveillance Drones

Solvency Protecting Privacy from Aerial Surveillance: Reccommendations for Government Use of Drone Aircraft Ban Warrantless Drone Surveillance Harms Don’t let drones invade our privacy The

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Defining Domestic v. Foreign

Domestic is within a particular country Google Definitions, no date, https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=define:+domestic DOA: 1-25-15 existing or occurring inside a particular country; not foreign or international. “the

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Defining “Surveillance”

Surveillance is the systematic monitoring and gathering of information in order to minimize risk, sort populations, and exercise power Amnil Kalhan, 2014, law professor, Drexel

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Surveillance Bib: Personal Resistance

  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: