Book Launch: Big Data Surveillance and Security Intelligence: The Canadian Case

ICLMG’s National Coordinator Tim McSorley and Communications & Research Coordinator Anne Dagenais Guertin have contributed a chapter to the recently published book “Big Data Surveillance and Security Intelligence: The Canadian Case”. Our chapter is entitled: Confronting Big Data: Popular Resistance to Government Surveillance in Canada since 2001.

Purchase a physical copy or the ebook at UBC Press today!

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Big Data Surveillance Book Launch featuring ICLMG’s National Coordinator Tim McSorley

Watch the recorded panel by clicking here and entering the following passcode: u#UY3+2T

You will need a Zoom account to watch it. ICLMG’s Tim McSorley’s presentation starts at the 33 minute mark.

The Centre for Research on Security Practices, Wilfrid Laurier University and the Surveillance Studies Centre, Queens University co-hosted the above virtual book launch and panel discussion on the book, “Big Data Surveillance and Security Intelligence: The Canadian Case”. In this virtual book launch, chapter contributors and editors will share their research findings, field questions and discuss the relevance of their work in the present COVID-19 environment.

Panelists include:
David Lyon – Professor, Queen’s University
David Murakami Wood – Associate Professor, Queen’s University
Andrew Clement – Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto
Tim McSorley – National Coordinator, International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group
Midori Ogasawara – Assistant Professor, University of Victoria
Chris Parsons – Senior Research Associate, Citizen Lab
Scott Thompson – Assistant Professor, University of Saskatchewan

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