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Handbook on Increasing Resilience in Surveillance Societies

| | 2014.10.13. 20:42:30  Székely Iván  

The IRISS (Increasing Resilience in Surveillance Societies) international research project, supported by the EU, has published a handbook on resilience towards surveillance, with the contribution of the Eotvos Karoly Policy Institute (EKINT). Part One of the handbook provides some background on the characteristics and undesirable impacts of surveillance societies; Part Two lays out a set of questions addressed to decision-makers, consultancies, service providers, civil organizations and the general public in order to provoke consideration of proposed or existing surveillance systems, technologies, practices or other initiatives; Part Three offers a list of measures – including the use of Privacy Enhancing Technologies – that can be taken to improve the present situation and to minimize adverse impacts of surveillance on the individual, groups and society.

The online version of the Handbook is available on the IRISS project website, and downloadable as a PDF file.

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