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Pecha Kucha
Web 2.0 & Surveillance
What is web 2.0
• Second generation of the WWW
• Ability for people to share information
• Non static
Smartphone revolution
• Collective intelligence moves from desktops to
• Cameras and sensors allow real time
information.
Crowdsourcing
• Collective work created by web users
• Far more effective
• Eg. Ebay, Youtube, Twitter, flickr, facebook
Successful web 2.0 comapny
• Google
• GPS (cell tower)
• Voice recognition (Google microphone)
• Uses most frequent search...
Growing web
• Smarter than in it was
• Search results, locations and voice
recognition.
• Movement to smart phone
• Real t...
Race for control
• Control over unique data
• Monopoly rents for data usage
The Government and Mass Surveillance is an example of how
computing developments have led to modelling human
behaviour.
Th...
How the Government tracks you
• Code names such as PRISM and XKEYSCORE which are
surveillance systems.
• It is illegal and...
History of Mass Surveillance
• American founders disagreed with British surveillance
and established the 4th amendment wit...
History
• Government surveillance got worse when the US
congress gave Fisa courts more authority to have
surveillance on a...
• The Government can illegally track internet
users based on search terms on popular
websites, social networks and e-mails...
The spying of people allows the government to
have complete control over people’s lives which
makes people question free s...
• http://broadbandworldforum.wordpress.com/
2013/01/31/lebanons-appetite-for-
smartphones-highlights-the-extent-to-which-
...
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  1. 1. Pecha Kucha Web 2.0 & Surveillance
  2. 2. What is web 2.0 • Second generation of the WWW • Ability for people to share information • Non static
  3. 3. Smartphone revolution • Collective intelligence moves from desktops to • Cameras and sensors allow real time information.
  4. 4. Crowdsourcing • Collective work created by web users • Far more effective • Eg. Ebay, Youtube, Twitter, flickr, facebook
  5. 5. Successful web 2.0 comapny • Google • GPS (cell tower) • Voice recognition (Google microphone) • Uses most frequent search terms for results
  6. 6. Growing web • Smarter than in it was • Search results, locations and voice recognition. • Movement to smart phone • Real time Data
  7. 7. Race for control • Control over unique data • Monopoly rents for data usage
  8. 8. The Government and Mass Surveillance is an example of how computing developments have led to modelling human behaviour. The government monitors:
  9. 9. How the Government tracks you • Code names such as PRISM and XKEYSCORE which are surveillance systems. • It is illegal and breaks the law • NSA surveillance came to light when contractor Edward Snowden leaked documents.
  10. 10. History of Mass Surveillance • American founders disagreed with British surveillance and established the 4th amendment with understanding that privacy is a basic human right. • The 4th amendment prevents the government from tracking personal information unless there is evidence of a crime. • The Government is breaking the law
  11. 11. History • Government surveillance got worse when the US congress gave Fisa courts more authority to have surveillance on a large scale, allowing governments to search a list of people and their crimes including those with no offences.
  12. 12. • The Government can illegally track internet users based on search terms on popular websites, social networks and e-mails. MARIJUANA SICK BURN
  13. 13. The spying of people allows the government to have complete control over people’s lives which makes people question free speech, free association and many more.
  14. 14. • http://broadbandworldforum.wordpress.com/ 2013/01/31/lebanons-appetite-for- smartphones-highlights-the-extent-to-which- mobile-can-meet-demand-for-internet- access/

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