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Technology one step ahead of war laws

Los Angeles, CA, London, UK - Today’s emerging military technologies—including unmanned aerial vehicles, directed-energy weapons, lethal autonomous robots, and cyber weapons like Stuxnet—raise the prospect of upheavals in military practices so fundamental that they challenge long-established laws of war. Weapons that make their own decisions about targeting and killing humans, for example, have ethical and legal implications obvious and frightening enough to have entered popular culture (for example, in the Terminator films).

SAGE Publishing releases encyclopedia in the expanding fields of surveillance and privacy

SAGE Publishing announces the publication of a new encyclopedia that explains how surveillance has become an essential component of the operations of global society and the impact it has on our security and privacy. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Surveillance, Security, and Privacy is the culmination of four years of systematic scholarship focused on the condition of shared humanity in the age of technologized information.

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Index announces 2017 Freedom of Expression Awards winners

London, UK. A Chinese political cartoonist forced into exile and a Russian prisoners and LGBT rights activist convicted under the country’s draconian anti-protest law are among the winners of the 2017 Index on Censorship Freedom of Expression Awards, co-sponsored by SAGE Publishing. 

The winners, announced on yesterday evening at a gala ceremony in London, also include a crusading news organisation battling corruption in the Maldives and a group tracking Turkey’s internet shutdowns.

SAGE announces winner of early research bursary for EERA annual International Conference 2014

LA, London - SAGE is delighted to announce Denise Mifsud as the winner of the European Educational Research Association (EERA)/ SAGE conference travel bursary for 2014.

The bursary sponsors an early career researcher to attend the Emerging Researchers Conference, taking place this year between 01-02 September, and the annual ECER 2014 conference, taking place this year between 02-05 September. The theme of this year’s conference is “The Past, Present and Future of Educational Research in Europe” and it will be taking place in Porto, Portugal.

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