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Journal
2015 | 2 (22) | 125-134
Article title

State surveillance as a threat to personal security of individuals

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Abstracts
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Changes in modern society are crucial to individuals. Article starts with analysis of control in nowadays societies. Then author tries to understand useful categories, as "Panopticon", "ban-opticon" and "synopticon". Last part is focused on stete surveillance, i.e. surveillance by American National Security Agency.
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Pages
125-134
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Dates
published
2015
Contributors
  • University of Opole, Opole, Poland
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