SOSC 1375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Malice Aforethought, Spokeo, Pierre Trudeau

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Regulating Privacy
CCTV History:
It’s not broadcast
1940’s: used to film rocket launches
1968: Olean, NY – 1st camera
UK- 1.85 million CCTV cameras
Young people look intimidating and some are violent
CCTV cameras were instituted in Olean to observe actions of people so criminals could
be caught
CCTV – Canada:
Regulation occurs primarily via primacy law
Individual rights vs. Safety Debate
The Modern City: Return of the Ancient Village
Eyes in the Sky:
Signs demarcates the line in the urban space where CCTV begins and ends, thereby creating a
subject capable of choice
What is the problem with this?
Panopticon
Jeremy Bentham (1748 – 1832) – you do not need to know the exact dates
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Believed violent punishments were wrong; the body is sacred
Hospitals, Asylums, Schools and etc.
‘The Gaze’ is everything
Surveillance Society
* Surveillance forces us to behave
Consent:
The law restores choice
Liberal subjects – subjects capable of choice
‘Virtual Texas Deputies’: 29 surveillance cameras (BlueServo)
Security: HUGS & KISSES
Gun Registry
Benefits of Being Spied on:
- You can get mortgages because they know your previous spending habits
Data Doubles
Security: HUGS, Gun Registry
- Bracelets that connect mother and baby in the hospital so no one can steal someone’s
baby
Social Media:
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