POWER, PRIVACY AND SECURITY: DISCUSSIONS ON ACCESS, CONTROL AND USE OF INFORMATION
Sandra Braman is one of the world exponents when we talk about studies on the place and role of information in society today. Has been studying the macro-level effects of the use of new information technologies and their policy implications since the mid-1980s. Current work includes Change of State: Information, Policy, and Power (2006) and the edited volumes Communication Researchers and Policy-makers (2003), The Emergent Global Information Policy Regime (2004) and Biotechnology and Communication: The Meta-technologies of Information (2004).
In this interview for The Debatedouro, she migrates easily between basic and polemic discussions, using her vast knowledge to launch profound answers to recent issues such as the control of information, the performance of Brazil in matters of global internet governance and the recent disclousure of episodes of United States espionage.
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