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Giovanni Navarria

The technological revolution that began with the Arpanet in the late Sixties has changed the world we live in. The Internet and social media have improved our lives considerably, but the changes came in with a high-price tag attached: our freedom. We now live in a world in which technology has exponentially expanded the power of the State to keep tabs on its citizens (within and across borders). If we continue on this path, democracy as we know it is doomed. Yet the future is not as grey as it might look at first sight. The ubiquity of social media and smartphones and the increasing relevance of the Internet in everyday life have also drastically changed the impact-power of citizens in technologically advanced societies. Understanding these changes is to understand which shape democracy will take in the future.

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“Clear and Present Danger”

The Legacy of the 1917 Espionage Act in the United States

Petra DeWitt

In April 2013, Edward Snowden, an analyst with a private contractor for the National Security Administration (NSA), began to share sensitive information with journalists from the Washington Post and the Guardian revealing a wide range of NSA

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Germany and the United States

Whither “Partners in Leadership”?

Matthew Rhodes

reporting on the supporting role of u.s . installations within Germany. 13 Edward Snowden’s mid 2013 revelations about electronic data collection by the u.s . National Security Agency ( nsa ), however, sparked the greatest controversy, inflaming

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Optics of regulation and control

Ieva Jusionyte and Daniel M. Goldstein

). Their visibility brings legitimacy, which can translate into security. However, this exposure of grassroots and opposition activists that new social media enable comes with risks. When in 2013 Edward Snowden leaked classified NSA data to the media we

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The Alternative for Germany from Breakthrough toward Consolidation?

A Comparative Perspective on Its Organizational Development

E. Gene Frankland

poll numbers dropped. In July 2013, Forsa's survey found the Pirates’ level of support rose from 2 to 4 percent, which was a surprisingly small “bump” in the aftermath of the Edward Snowden disclosures about the u.s. National Security Agency

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When Transit States Pursue Their Own Agenda

Malaysian and Indonesian Responses to Australia's Migration and Border Policies

Antje Missbach and Gerhard Hoffstaedter

:// . Tanter , Richard . 2014 . “ Indonesia, Australia and the Edward Snowden Legacy: Shifting Asymmetries of Power .” Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus 12 ( 10 ). Taylor , Savitri . 2005 . “ The

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Deleuze's Postscript on the Societies of Control

Updated for Big Data and Predictive Analytics

James Brusseau

’, Technological Forecasting and Social Change 124 ( November ). . 10.1016/j.techfore.2016.10.066 Završnik , A and P. Levičnik . 2015 . ‘ The Public Perception of Cyber-Surveillance Before and After Edward