Surveillance Capitalism – Shoshana Zuboff (3/3)

The Right to Sanctuary Sanc-tu-ar-y:  A place of refuge or safety. Surveillance Capitalism – Definition: A new economic order that claims human experience as free raw material for hidden commercial practices of extraction, prediction, and sales; A parasitic economic logic in which the production of goods and services is subordinated to a new global architecture…

Bell Let’s Talk – Mental Health and The Internet (Part II)

Go To- Bell Let’s Talk: Mental Health – Part I, Part III – Internet of Things, Part IV – Privacy Alexander Graham Bell would be very proud of his invention if he knew how the telephone inspired new inventions in the telecommunications industry.  After the invention of the telephone there came television and its developments,…

Ender’s Game: Behavioral and Social [re]Conditioning (Part II)

Go To:  Part I – Video Game Compulsion, Part III – Prosocial Gaming Gaming for Behavioral (re-conditioning) and Social Development As far back as Plato it was wisely observed that “you can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation.” Gaming is also known for its cognitive,…

The Five Eyes – Bill C-51/59

Our eyes – aren’t they magnificent? They help us to see. To perceive. They give us the ability to process visual data in detail. To observe. To watch. But when you think of our eyes, “surveillance”, isn’t the first word that comes to our minds. Does it? Yet, we all have eyes. Two of them….