Jan Fernback

Associate Professor, Media Studies and Production, School of Media and Communication, Temple University


In Context: Digital Surveillance, Ethics, and PRISM

With recent revelations about the U.S. government’s PRISM program targeting top internet companies to monitor online activity, state surveillance is a matter of public discussion. PRISM is an intelligence tool that gathers data from emails, file transfers, images, chats, and search histories. Questions of civil liberties, government overreach, ethics and trust define much of the […]

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