Story Archive

  1. February 27, 2015

    Time: 12-2 p.m, March 4 2015

    Where: RCC 103, Rogers Communications Centre, Ryerson University, 80 Gould Street, Toronto

  2. January 23, 2015

    Workshop dates: 11-13 June 2015, Queen’s University (Donald Gordon Centre), Kingston, ON, Canada

     Abstract Submission Deadline: March 1st March 16, 2015

  3. January 8, 2015

    Special screening: Monday January 26 @ 7pm

    You are invited to a special screening in Kingston of the new documentary about Edward Snowden, Citizenfour, followed by a guest talk by David Lyon.

  4. January 6, 2015

    The Surveillance Studies Summer Seminar provides an intensive, multi-disciplinary learning experience that addresses key issues of surveillance studies in ways that enhance the participants' own research projects, as well as providing a unique national and international networking opportunity. 

    Deadline is 27 March 2015.

  5. November 26, 2014

    Vol 12, No 4 (2014)

  6. October 20, 2014

    On the renewal of his Tier 2 Canada Research Chair in Surveillance Studies at Queen's University.

  7. September 29, 2014

    The SSN Annual Book Prize 2014, for the best surveillance studies monograph published in 2013, has been awarded to Oliver Leistert for From Protest to Surveillance: The Political Rationality of Mobile Media (Peter Lang).

  8. September 22, 2014

    It has been revealed that an ultra-secretive government agency called CSEC is collecting hugely revealing information on thousands of law-abiding Canadians. Taxpayers are on the hook for over $4.2 billion to pay for these invasive spying activities. 

    Do you want intimate details of your private life to be collected and stored in insecure government databases? Watch the video and join the campaign!

  9. August 5, 2014

    in which the worlds of Game Studies and Surveillance Studies collide in an awesome battle for survival (AKA a fruitful collaboration)...

  10. May 22, 2014

    Canada’s leading privacy experts unite behind Ottawa Statement, offer high-level proposals to rein in mass surveillance.

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