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Beyond the mirror world: privacy and the representational practices of computing, Philip E. Agre - Design .
Beyond the mirror world: privacy and the representational practices of computing, Philip E. Agre - Design for privacy in multimedia computing and communication environments, Victoria Bellotti - Convergence revisited: toward a global policy for the protection of personal data? /. .The authors are international experts in the technical, economic, and political aspects of privacy; the book's strength is its synthesis of the three.
Philip E. Agre, Marc Rotenberg
Philip E. Agre, Marc Rotenberg. Over the last several years, the realm of technology and privacy has been transformed, creating a landscape that is both dangerous and encouraging. The book provides equally strong analyses of privacy issues in the United States, Canada, and Europe.
Chapter 1: Beyond the mirror world: Privacy and the representational practices of computing
Chapter 1: Beyond the mirror world: Privacy and the representational practices of computing. Toward a critical technical practice: Lessons learned in trying to reform AI, in Geoffrey C. Bowker, Susan Leigh Star, William Turner, and Les Gasser, eds, Social Science, Technical Systems and Cooperative Work: Beyond the Great Divide, Erlbaum, 1997.
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Technology and Privacy: The New Landscape - The MIT Press (Paperback).
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