Posts Tagged ‘uberveillance’

A Privacy Song About…Überveillance!

Sunday, August 24th, 2008

I was delighted to get a message this morning from my friends down-under, Dr. M. G. Michael and Dr. Katina Michael from the University of Wollongong.
If you’ll recall, a few months ago I made a couple of blog postings about überveillance here and here.


More On √úberveillance And Privacy

Thursday, January 3rd, 2008

I recently blogged about “6 “Scary Stuff” Privacy Terms IT, Info Sec and Privacy Folks Should Know.”
I was very pleasantly surprised to hear from Dr. Michael G. Michael and his wife Dr. Katina Michael a couple of days ago about the post! (Thank you Michael and Katina!) They provided some additional very interesting information about the term “√úberveillance.” With their permission, here is a large portion of the message they sent to me:


6 “Scary Stuff” Privacy Terms IT, Info Sec and Privacy Folks Should Know

Tuesday, November 27th, 2007

Robert Ellis Smith sent me an email yesterday to let me know about his most recent article in Forbes magazine, “Scary Stuff.”
It’s a very interesting read and highlights some terms that, to date, I have not seen in print that much. However, they are some terms that information security, privacy and IT pros needs to acquaint themselves with: