Josh Braun reveals how digital surveillance not only puts user safety and security at risk but is also a threat to quality reporting and public interest media.
by: John Corner / University of Liverpool
What does the Royal Navy’s recent hostage crisis in Iran say about television’s involvement in the conduct of war and conflict?
by: Eric Freedman / Florida Atlantic University
Do the suspects of Dateline: To Catch a Predator have any right to privacy, or can they be freely featured as part of the flow of network television?
by: Mark Andrejevic / University of Iowa
The voyeurism and surveillance of MTV’s One Bad Trip become inverted after the first season, leaving audiences to wonder; who’s watching, and who’s performing?
by: Dan Leopard / University of Southern California
Dan Leopard considers the screens we ignore as we shop for food.