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* Lewis, Sarah Jamie. Queer Privacy; http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/1004830244
 
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* Lovelock, James. Novacene: the coming age of hyperintelligence; https://www.worldcat.org/title/novacene-the-coming-age-of-hyperintelligence/oclc/1104066697&referer=brief_results
  
 
* Luna, JJ. How to Be Invisible: a step-by-step guide to protecting your assets, your identity, and your life; http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/43445639
 
* Luna, JJ. How to Be Invisible: a step-by-step guide to protecting your assets, your identity, and your life; http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/43445639

Latest revision as of 18:31, 13 September 2019

Books

Please include WorldCat link.

Fiction

  • Doctorow, Cory. (Multiple titles).

Non-fiction

Films

Fiction

  • The Circle
  • The Conversation (with Gene Hackman)
  • Enemy of the State
  • The Last Enemy
  • The Net
  • The Truman Show

Documentary

  • The Great Hack
  • The Internet’s Own Boy

Music

  • 2 Chainz: Feds Watching
  • Anderson.Paak: Tints
  • ANOHNI: Watch Me
  • Bauhaus: The Spy in the Cab
  • The Beatles: Everybody's Got Something to Hide
  • Beauty Pill: Quote Devout Unquote
  • Belgrado: 1000 Spektakli
  • Blondie: One Way or Another
  • Bruce Springsteen: Brilliant Disguise
  • The Buggles: Video Killed the Radio Star
  • The Clash: Know Your Rights
  • Crass: Big A, Little A
  • Criminal Code: Surveillance
  • Dead Kennedys: Shrink
  • Dead Prez: Police State
  • Death Grips: I've Seen Footage
  • Eurythmics: Ministry of Love
  • The Feelies: Everybody's Got Something to Hide
  • Ghost Cop: One Weird Trick
  • Hidden Citizens: Somebody's Watching Me
  • Homeboy Sandman & Edan: #NeverUsetheInternetAgain
  • Humanwine: Big Brother
  • Ice T (With Jello Biafra): Freedom of Speech
  • Kacey Musgraves: Biscuits
  • Kojey Radical: No Photos
  • Laurie Anderson: O Superman (For Massenet)
  • Magazine: Definitive Gaze
  • M.I.A: The Message
  • Minutement: Shit You Hear At Parties
  • Mobb Deep: Temperature's Rising
  • New Model Army: 225
  • Nots: Surveillance Veil
  • Priests: Not Perceived
  • Radiohead: Fitter, Happier
  • Robyn Hitchcock: I Watch the Cars
  • Rockwell: Somebody's Watching Me
  • Second Still: Spiders & Spies
  • Spectres: Remote Viewing
  • Star One: Two Plus Two Equals Five
  • Superorganism: Everybody Wants to Be Famous
  • Terrible Feelings: The Devil's Watching
  • Diät: We
  • WTCHCRFT: Surveillance
  • Van Morrison: Just Like Greta
  • Yo La Tengo: Nothing to Hide

Articles

General articles about privacy and surveillance or foundational pieces

ACLU's internet privacy resource center

Another Network Is Possible

Control Society

A Cyborg Manifesto

The Internet's Old Guard

Our Data Bodies Digital Defense Playbook

Sad By Design

The Surveillant Assemblage

Corporate surveillance, general

How companies learn your secrets

Is Facebook spying on you? (Reply All episode)

Facebook/Cambridge Analytica Scandal

‘I made Steve Bannon’s psychological warfare tool’: meet the data war whistleblower

Know Your Rights

National Lawyers' Guild Know Your Rights guides in multiple languages

Library privacy laws by state

Metadata

The First Contact Problem: Getting to SecureDrop

"We Kill People Based on Metadata"

NSA surveillance

EFF's NSA surveillance resource center

Social media surveillance

Social media surveillance guide from MuckRock

Surveillance of immigrants

ICE Agents guide to NSA surveillance

Using Facebook in an era of mass deportation

Federal agents are now using Stingrays to track and capture undocumented immigrants

ICE just launched a $2.4 million contract with a secretive data surveillance company that tracks you in real time

Alejandra Pablos on Being Targeted & Detained by ICE for Her Activism

Stingrays

ACLU's guide to who has Stingrays

Surveillance and marginalized communities, general

Privacy for whom?

Facebook (Still) Letting Housing Advertisers Exclude Users by Race

Digital inclusion and data profiling

NYPD's surveillance of Muslims

Video surveillance

Video Surveillance in Public Libraries: a Case of Unintended Consequences?

What's wrong with public video surveillance?

The Panoptic Librarian: The Role of Video Surveillance in the Modern Public Library

Youth and privacy

Social Privacy in Networked Publics: Teens’ Attitudes, Practices, and Strategies

EFF's student privacy resource center

A School Librarian Caught In The Middle of Student Privacy Extremes