Information and organisation: China’s surveillance state growth model (Part 1: China’s state model)

Information and organisation: China’s surveillance state growth model (Part 1: China’s state model) Phuah Eng Chye (9 November 2019) A surveillance state and growth sounds like a contradiction in terms. This is why the success of China’s surveillance state model comes as a surprise. Mark Wu notes “China’s impressive economic and technological rise in the … “Information and organisation: China’s surveillance state growth model (Part 1: China’s state model)”

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Information and organisation: Cross border data flows and spying

Information and organisation: Cross border data flows and spying Phuah Eng Chye (26 October 2019) It is difficult enough to assess the complexities of regulating surveillance in a domestic setting where the issues are confined to privacy rights, public safety and convenience. But the regulation of surveillance across borders is complex as it involves sensitivities … “Information and organisation: Cross border data flows and spying”

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Information and organisation: Shades of surveillance

Information and organisation: Shades of surveillance Phuah Eng Chye (12 October 2019) Information is critical to organising society. The boundaries for the capture and use of information are set by the policies and social attitudes on surveillance. But it is difficult to draw clear boundaries as information and surveillance are co-joined at the limbs. Surveillance … “Information and organisation: Shades of surveillance”

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