POST 3: Mapping the participants (human and non-human) and constructing an image archive

 

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Image Archives


INKCINCT cartoons, 2007-485-modern-scales-of-justice

This illustration shows how technology changes the way  audience receive messages from media. Nowadays, through media we only see less one side fact.


Kudelka

The cartoon demonstrates a representation of people lack of understanding of the reason behind data surveillance and deny the effect of counter-terrorism.


Reutersk, telesurtv

This image represents the emotion free of anxiety after successfully turn down NSA’s mass surveillance program.


S Letch

This image demonstrates people become spontaneous about social media and lost their mind over consuming data and information online.


Y Zhang, chinadaily

This image visualises the situation of the victim when sensitive personal information of individual is exposed to public especially when they are triggered to certain incident.


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This image implies how most mobile app gathers lots of the personal information and digital footprint in return of a service. If those were explicitly told to user beforehand they would have to reconsider before using the service.


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A typical cliche way of visualising how most people understand the term “digital footprint” and the relationship with online tracking.


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Edward Snowden’s denied the effect of counter-terrorism through data surveillance.


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A visualisation of our identity represented in digital form. Browsing history become a medium to reveal the interest and hobby of the person.


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A metaphoric imagery of data surveillance of mobile through internet and mobile apps of the personal’s personal life.


Reference

Zhang, Y. 2010, China Daily, <http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2010-05/04/content_9804512.htm&gt;

INKCINCT cartoons 2007, <http://www.inkcinct.com.au/web-pages/australian/social-general/2007-social-general.htm&gt;

Reuters 2015, TelesurTV, <http://www.telesurtv.net/english/news/NSA-No-Longer-Collects-Bulk-Data-in-US-but-Concerns-Remain-20151129-0002.html&gt;

Kudelka n.d., <http://www.news.com.au/technology/online/new-data-retention-laws-begin-today-this-is-what-you-need-to-know/news-story/28ea2dc1b01d15e53f474e21b6d68501&gt;

S Letch 2016, <http://www.smh.com.au/comment/census-privacy-debate-why-it-can-pay-to-reveal-yourself-online-20160811-gqq05b.html&gt;

Patt J. 2013, <https://independentaustralia.net/politics/politics-display/the-surveillance-state-how-australia-is-spying-on-its-own,5907&gt;

n.d., <http://www.smh.com.au/technology/technology-news/data-retention-and-the-end-of-australians-digital-privacy-20150827-gj96kq.html&gt;

Guardian n.d., <https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2014/oct/30/edward-snowden-lawyer-no-evidence-data-retention-prevents-terrorist-attacks&gt;

illo n.d., <http://www.smh.com.au/technology/technology-news/greens-push-for-data-surveillance-warrants-20130612-2o3um.html&gt;

MEAA n.d., <https://www.ifex.org/australia/2014/05/06/secrecy_surveillance/&gt;

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