U.S. Non-Citizens and the Surveillant Assemblage

“…making interdependent experiences shaped by race, gender, patriarchy, capitalism, and imperialism a driving imperative for liberation movements to end oppression.” Safiya Umoja Noble (2016) I am interested in following an intersectional feminist approach to delineate how undocumented immigrants, and non-citizens in general, are being surveilled and targeted through technology in the U.S. Gender, race, class, … Continue reading U.S. Non-Citizens and the Surveillant Assemblage

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Citation Needed: Activism for Equal Access

On January 6, 2011, Aaron Swartz – a research fellow at Harvard University, as well as a computer programmer, political organizer and Internet hacktivist – was arrested for breaking-and-entering charges, regarding the systematic downloading of academic journal articles from JSTOR. He was charged with 2 counts of wire fraud and 11 violations of the Computer … Continue reading Citation Needed: Activism for Equal Access