Towards the Next Generation of Secure Societies – The Impact of Personalized Services on Surveillance Capitalism
Cyber-crime is on the rise and it is not surprising that one of the key UN missions is to address the issue of citizens safety and security through sustainable development in its 2030 agenda.
This project focuses on understanding cyber-risks from the perspective of the dialectic tension of free digital service and the loss of privacy.
We present this as a dilemma with the intention to develop a theoretical and an empirical contribution envisioned to produce results that can be helpful to science and industry equally.
The project is intended to run in collaboration between three universities: Lund University in partnership with The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, and Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU), Manchester, UK.