Monitoring community 2.0
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Do we live in a surveillance society? Should we be worried? Key voices from the monitoring debate meet to take an overall look at social development.
In the wake of accusations of paralysis and cheating in connection with the proposal for a new intelligence law, we challenge key participants in the surveillance debate to talk to each other rather than to each other. What do they really mean when they talk about surveillance? Does it matter whether you call it monitoring, facilitating retrieval or intelligence? And what is the difference between mass surveillance and targeted surveillance? Are we heading for a surveillance society and is that a problem?
Researchers Heidi Mork Lomell and Guro Flinterud at the Police College recently conducted a study in which they survey key actors' attitudes to surveillance. The debate begins with the presentation of findings from the study.
Among the participants are Head of Analysis at PST Jon Fitje Hoffmann , Attorney Jon Wessel-Aas, Torgeir Waterhouse from ICT-Norway and Sofie Nystrøm from the Intelligence Service.