ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE AS A METHOD OB OBTAINING INFORMATION – EVALUATION AND FORECASTS
 
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absolwent Wojskowej Akademii Technicznej i Akademii Sztabu Generalnego
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Wydział Nauk Politycznych i Studiów Międzynarodowych Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego
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absolwent Wyższej Oficerskiej Szkoły Radiotechnicznej w Jeleniej Górze
Дата публикации: 2020-01-15
 
Studia Politologiczne 2019;54
 
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The text focuses on one of the elements belonging to the surveillance society – surveillance with the use of electronic tools. The authors attempt to answer the following questions. What types of negative phenomena are produced and intensified by electronic surveillance technologies? How deep is the state of the „vulnerability” of modern societies, what are the possibilities of surveillance devices? Is it possible to practically oppose them, how and what are the limits? What is the genesis of these phenomena and what future scenarios can be sketched based on the anticipation of observed trends? A set of research questions defined in this way required both sociological and technical perspectives at the same time. The authors recognize the negative phenomena associated with electronic surveillance: escalation, professionalization, institutionalization and normalization.
 
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