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Welcome to the Surveillance &

Civic Action Workshop Wiki



This is a real workspace!  Please edit this page, create new pages, and use this space to share information about yourself and your projects with other folks attending the workshop.




* Upload your talks and powerpoints here.




  • Program is still a work in progress - help define afternoon themes!
  • Add a line about your presentation beside your name! Or add your abstract here.
  • Twitter Hashtags: #cybersurveillance #NEWT
  • Coffee at 8:45!!


The Surveillance Club?!









  • Tuesday March 9, 2009
  • 9am-4pm
  • Lunch is provided







  • Digitally mediated surveillance increasingly encroaches upon everyday life, following us as we work, play and negotiate public spaces, on-line and off. This one-day workshop seeks to brings together activists, artists and academics working on issues relating to cybersurveillance, particularly as it pervades and mediates social life. A central concern is to understand better digitally mediated surveillance practices, making them more publicly visible and amenable to democratic resistance or oversight. This participatory gathering offers the chance for networking, intellectual exchange and future collaboration among those in the Toronto area interested in linking surveillance research and social action. While the main aim of the workshop is a broad one - to foster mutually rewarding connections - it also seeks to explore the possibilities for convening a public event/arts exhibition in conjunction with an international research workshop on cybersurveillance to be held in Toronto in May 2011.


  • This workshop is guided by the unconference principle: There is no audience – everyone is a participant. The morning will consist of brief participant presentations – a statement of current research or problems, ideas for future collaborations, requests for feedback etc. The afternoon will feature a series of roundtables focused on themes or questions generated by participant interest and the morning's presentations. The closing session will brainstorm ideas for the public event/arts exhibition on cybersurveillance mentioned above.






Add your name to the wiki, with a bio, contact and web info as well as any recent projects, publications or links you'd like to share. Feel free to add an abstract of your presentation or summarize it in a tagline.




What will you be talking about?


  • Feel free to add longer abstracts of your morning presentation here.


  • See the draft program. It will be refined as we know better who is attending and what they want to discuss.




How to use this wiki


  • Breathe. Then read the manual linked below. Remember it's as about as simple as clicking "edit" and "save."
  • The PBworks Manual and 30-second training videos can help show you how to edit, add videos and invite users.
  • The best way to get your support questions answered is to click the help link at the top of this page. 





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