La bienveillante neutralité des technologies d'espionnage des communications : le cas tunisien [en ligne]

Abstract : Many questions are raised by the use of surveillance technologies in Tunisia by Ben Ali’s Police State. More particularly, the Tunisian case suggests the emergence of a new control system which associates cyber-police and engineering technicians, Tunisian State and Western high-tech companies. Starting with the Tunisian case, this article aims to analyze this control and surveillance system, and to question the meaning and the role of the idea of “technology neutrality” in its operating.
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Marie Goupy. La bienveillante neutralité des technologies d'espionnage des communications : le cas tunisien [en ligne]. Cultures & conflits, L'Harmattan, 2014, ⟨10.4000/conflits.18863⟩. ⟨hal-01860561⟩

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