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- Co-veillance means watching each other.
- Webveillance is an umbrella term for online watching and includes multiple types of veillance, such as infoveillance, cyberveillance, dataveillance, surveillance, coveillance, and sousveillance.(More…)
- Rymarczuk ? “Users of social media platforms constantly have each other under coveillance ? This process of networked coveillance is intrinsic to the way social media function” ? “Facebook’s general function is that of offering a general heterotopic medium ? Whereas Facebook is attractive to many primarily as a social networking tool, it is repulsive to some as a site, a heterotopia.”(More…)
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The police watch us, but we watch the cops = co-veillance.
Webveillance is an umbrella term for online watching and includes multiple types of veillance, such as infoveillance, cyberveillance, dataveillance, surveillance, coveillance, and sousveillance.  By including ‘etc.’ into his definition, Mann (2013) leaves the term open for development and the inclusion of other types of watching and observing, such as coveillance, self-surveillance, cyberveillance, infoveillance, and webveillance. 
This paper expounds upon veillance to include watching each other (coveillance), watching one’s self (self-surveillance), and the umbrella concept of webveillance (watching of and on the Internet).  Users of the site watched themselves (self-surveillance), their peers (coveillance), and the clinicians (sousveillance) to self-manage, while the clinicians and Webmasters on the site watched what the young women wanted in terms of self-management (surveillance, dataveillance), monitored the postings on the site (surveillance), and responded to the needs of the online community. 
What I dub “desiring-surveillance” departs from similar surveillance studies concepts: Zygmunt Bauman and David Lyon’s “liquid surveillance,” Mark Andrejevic’s “lateral surveillance,” Anders Albrechtslund’s “participatory surveillance,” Steve Mann’s “co-veillance,” Reg Whitaker’s “participatory panopticon,” Clay Colvert’s “voyeur nation,” et al. 
Rymarczuk ? “Users of social media platforms constantly have each other under coveillance ? This process of networked coveillance is intrinsic to the way social media function” ? “Facebook’s general function is that of offering a general heterotopic medium ? Whereas Facebook is attractive to many primarily as a social networking tool, it is repulsive to some as a site, a heterotopia.”  Coveillance is an old idea ? Michel Foucault: “Visibility is a trap” ( “Discipline and Punish”, 1977) ? Gilles Deleuze: an individual is constructed as a “dividual”, an endlessly divisible representation of a person as data, which becomes a tool to control the individual (“Postscript on the Societies of Control” 1992) ? Popular meme “You don’t browse the Internet. 
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