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The man who saw (data)veillance and defined it in 1983 (with papers long before that on related topics)!

The man who saw (data)veillance and defined it in 1983 (with papers long before that on related topics)! Roger Clarke remains one of the most prolific writers on this topic of veillance. He is integral to this discussion and we have much to learn from him. Visit here: http://www.rogerclarke.com/DV/
http://www.rogerclarke.com/DV/

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  1. Amazing that Roger was on this before I'd left high school :)

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  2. Ha! I think I was mid-way through primary school then. LOL! Go figure his importance in defining the landscape in the literature at large.

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