CTS TU-Berlin German Centre of the International Theatre Institute D:4 BaSE | Büro für angewandte Statistik und Evaluationsforschung Philosophical Faculty University of Greifswald Surveillance and Society

The New Surveillance

Centre for Technology and Society of the Technical University Berlin. 30th November and 1st December 2006


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  • "Evaluation of CCTV – Mechanisms and Outcomes" [PDF/65kb]
    Manfred Bornewasser
  • "What the public knows or doesn't know about CCTV and how this affects its possible crime prevention potential" [PDF/5kb]
    Sander Flight
  • "Methods of Observation and Access Control in Football Stadia – A Spatial Analysis of the Olympiastadion Berlin" [PDF/6kb]
    Anke Hagemann
  • "The Process and Politics of Evaluating Surveillance, or Methodology as a Knife Fight" [PDF/4kb]
    Kevin D. Haggerty
  • "Possibilities and Restraints of the Legal Assessment of New Surveillance Technologies
    - The Examples of Biometric ID Cards and German Toll Collect Trafic Data" [PDF/80kb]
    Gerrit Hornung
  • "What Surveillance Does: Exploring the ethics and politics of algorithmic surveillance systems" [PDF/4kb]
    Lucas D. Introna
  • "Explaining different video surveillance practices" [PDF/4kb]
    Heidi Mork Lomell
  • "Researching the Regulation of Surveillance" [PDF/5kb]
    Charles D. Raab
  • "Looking back on CCTV and its evaluation: efficacy and change; constants and variables" [PDF/3kb]
    Nick Tilley
  • "What can maps tell us? Surveillance research and mapping methodologies" [PDF/5kb]
    Nils Zurawski
  • "The Internet in Conflict Zones: The Case of Palestine" [PDF/3kb]
    Elia Zureik