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Watch Video: In Conversation with Carole Cadwalladr

Brexit, Facebook and Cambridge Analytica: The reporting and investigation of a scandal 6:00pm - 7:30pm (Pacific Time) April 30 Fraser Building, Room 159 University of Victoria, BC

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A public talk about privacy issues and the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica scandal with Carole Cadwalladr, UK journalist and...

Launch of Screening Surveillance

Please join us for the launch of the Screening Surveillance Film series. _____________________________________

Monday April 8th, 4:00pm - 7:00pm THE SCREENING ROOM 120 Princess Street, Second Floor, Kingston, Ontario K7L 5M6

_____________________________________ Featuring: BLAXITES : the story of a young woman whose celebratory social media post affects her access to vital medication....

Dr. Ogasawara Awarded Banting Postdoctoral Research Fellowship

Congratulations to Dr. Midori Ogasawara, who has been awarded a Banting Postdoctoral Research Fellowship for 2019-2021. The Fellowship will be held at the University of Ottawa, under the supervision of Professor Val Steeves, Department of Criminology. Midori defended her PhD in the Department of Sociology at Queen’s in 2018. The dissertation concerns the identification system developed by Japanese occupying...

Call for Applications: Surveillance Studies Summer Seminar 2019

Are you a PhD student?

Do you have PhD students?

The next Surveillance Studies Summer Seminar takes place 17 - 22 June 2019 at Queen's University, Kingston, Canada. This is an opportunity...

Proportional representation isn't all about the data

By Colin Bennett, Opinion, Times Colonist , November 4, 2018

Cambridge Analytica was a symptom of a pervasive belief that elections are now won with data, says Colin Bennett, a political science professor at the University of Victoria. He contends that these practices are far less common in countries that have multi-party systems rooted in elections based on proportional...