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CENSUS welcomes new postdoc Sarah Widmer

2019.05.08Sarah has a background in political geography and will be working on the CHiP project.

Postdoc Maja Sonne Damkjær writes about CHiP findings for Forskerzonen

2019.03.12In an article for Forskerzonen, she outlines digital surveillance technologies in the family and their complex implications for freedom.

CENSUS Director discusses surveillance cameras

2019.03.05Anders Albrechtslund discusses the limitations of surveillance cameras for loss prevention.

Want to join the Center for Surveillance Studies?

2019.02.08We encourage junior scholars interested in surveillance to apply to work with us!

Parents use social media platforms as tools to perform identity

2019.02.06Findings from the CHiP project provide insight into the way parents choose to share content on certain platforms depending on the audience.

Parents imagine the future when “sharenting”

2018.11.12Findings from the CHiP project show parents are not ignorant of some risks of sharing photos online.

Teaching materials on Big Data

2018.11.01CENSUS is collaborating on developing materials to inform young people about big data and the digital footprints it leaves behind.

Maja Sonne Damkjær featured on DR P1 radio speaking about "sharenting"

2018.09.20Listen to CENSUS postdoc Maja Sonne Damkjær speaking about the dilemmas parents face about knowing what to share about their children on social media.

CENSUS welcomes new postdoc Clare Southerton

2018.09.12Clare joins the center to work on the Childhood, Intimacy and Surveillance Practices (CHiP) project.

Just published: Oxford bibliography on surveillance and communication

2017.11.29The bibliography provides a guide to surveillance in the multidisciplinary context of communication studies.

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