Maybe one should add another two perspectives on surveillance to the 21 proposed already.
- 22: Corporate/standardizing perspective: Coporate control over markets is achieved by standardizing products, concepts and ideas, going as far as the standardization of genetic codes.
- 23. auto-perspective: The inititiator of the surveillance practices is the object of any form of control, e.g. voluntary surveillance regimes initiatied by athletes to counter doping accusations.
Both perspectives raise a lot of questions as do the other 21, given that many are overlapping in form, technology, aim etc. But for the fun of it and the sake of scholarly progress, I believe this to be a good form to start a discussion.