Tag: surveillance

  • Things I Learned Traveling to Egypt

    The past few days I had an opportunity to travel to Cairo, Egypt, to present and participate in the 2017 EduForum Conference and also do a little sightseeing. Since sharing my second TEDx talk in November 2016, “Digital Citizenship in the Surveillance State,” I’ve continued to read and research about data privacy issues especially as…

  • Rights and Responsibilities in an Age of Surveillance

    As surveillance becomes more ubiquitous and “normalized” in our society, I’m wondering if┬áthe parable of the boiling frog may apply and how these dynamics should fit into conversations at school with students, teachers and parents about digital citizenship. I’m not arguing we should abandon all the trappings of 21st century modernity and head up to…

  • Podcast449: Innovating with Google Tools – Digital Citizenship in the Security State

    Welcome to the November 20, 2016,┬ápodcast episode of “Moving at the Speed of Creativity” with Wesley Fryer. This episode includes two recent presentation recordings by Wes from the last two weeks. The first was the opening keynote at the November 12, 2016, Google Summit in Maize, Kansas, titled “Innovating with Google Tools.” The second is…