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The New Privacy Predators
Women's Health (2011)
  • Katie Cincotta
  • Kate Ashford
  • Katina Michael, University of Wollongong

Short Excerpt of citation:

"Research by Dr Katina Michael, associate professor at the University of Wollongong School of Information Systems and Technology, exposes the risks of covert surveillance using GPS-enabled devices, which has moved from the hands of law enforcement into mainstream society thanks to the prevalence of smartphones.

Dr Michael and her husband coined the term "uberveillance" to describe the shift to mobile monitoring, which she says not only incites cyberstalking from strangers, but allows spouses, parents, friends and employers to police the people they know..."

  • cybercrime,
  • women,
  • health,
  • stalking,
  • location,
  • smart phone,
  • LBS,
  • GPS
Publication Date
November 17, 2011
Publisher Statement
Katina Michael was NOT a co-author of this paper but was cited in this paper.
Citation Information
Katie Cincotta, Kate Ashford and Katina Michael. "The New Privacy Predators" Women's Health Vol. November (2011)
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