A weekly roundup of links from GUTS
GUTS editors reflect on writing about "watching ourselves" in a hyper-surveilled world
Marlowe is searching for her twin brother, Hugo. Ten years ago, they were kidnapped from their home planet, an all-black commune in space, and separated. Marlowe was left in an all-white suburb on Earth, but she's not alone. Together with...
Mirusha Yogarajah explores how gentrification in Austin and Vancouver uses surveillance methods to subjugate racialized groups.
eyos discusses how Indigenous lives are subject to hyper-surveillance, and the ways communities resist.
“Ọrun is heaven, the water is sweet, the work is plenty, and they pay well. And nobody can vanish there.” The first instalment of Francesca Ekwuyasi’s two-part story chronicles the exploitation of a young migrant trapped in a dazzling but...
The rise of corporate and state surveillance technology is terrifying, but we cannot talk about privacy without talking about power. Lorraine Chuen examines how technologies and data systems are being used to monitor communities at the margins.
"my Blackness and my OCD are indivisible."