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Celia Fisher to talk ethics of surveillance on Al Jazeera America


What does it mean to live in a surveillance state? The Al Jazeera America program, Fault Lines, investigates the fallout over the National Security Agency’s mass data collection programs in the U.S. and abroad.

Ethics expert, Celia Fisher, Ph.D., the Mary Ward Doty Endowed University Chair and Professor of Psychology, is featured in the program, which premieres on Al Jazeera America on Friday, Nov.1, at 10:30 p.m. ET. The program will repeat on Al Jazeera America on Nov. 2, at 7p ET, and then air on Al Jazeera English on Nov. 6, at 6:30p ET.

In the episode, Fisher discusses the psychological effects and ethical implications of surveillance. The program will also feature in-depth interviews with journalist Glenn Greenwald and NSA director Keith Alexander.

– Gina Vergel


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