The machine never blinks : a graphic history of spying and surveillance
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Contributors
Patterson, Everett, artist.
Canlas, Joseph, artist.
Nader, Ralph, writer of foreword.
Published
Seattle, Washington : Fantagraphics Books, [2020].
Physical Desc
132 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 23 cm
Status
South Lansing - Fiction
GN 303.3 Greenberg
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Published
Seattle, Washington : Fantagraphics Books, [2020].
Format
Book
Language
English

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Includes bibiliographic resources.
Description
We used to call it the Information Age, an era of technological innovation that made our lives more convenient. But since the idealistic early days of the Internet, we've learned that seemingly benign technology, from debit cards to social media, is being used to spy on us. So now let's call it what it is: the Surveillance Society. The roots of today's high-tech monitoring stretch further back into the past than you might think. 'The Machine Never Blinks' tells the story of surveillance and spying in history and legend from its earliest days to the present moment (from the fable of the Trojan Horse to the Patriot Act) to reveal how we have built a society in which your rights, privacy, dignity, and sanity are under constant threat. A comprehensive, eye-opening manifesto, this book will make you take a look around and wonder: Who's watching you right now?

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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Greenberg, I., Patterson, E., Canlas, J., & Nader, R. (2020). The machine never blinks: a graphic history of spying and surveillance . Fantagraphics Books.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Ivan Greenberg et al.. 2020. The Machine Never Blinks: A Graphic History of Spying and Surveillance. Fantagraphics Books.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities (Notes and Bibliography) Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Ivan Greenberg et al.. The Machine Never Blinks: A Graphic History of Spying and Surveillance Fantagraphics Books, 2020.

MLA Citation, 9th Edition (style guide)

Greenberg, Ivan, Everett Patterson, Joseph Canlas, and Ralph Nader. The Machine Never Blinks: A Graphic History of Spying and Surveillance Fantagraphics Books, 2020.

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