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Online Surveillance, Censorship, and Encryption in Academia. / Tanczer, Leonie Maria; Deibert, Ronald J.; Bigo, Didier; Franfklin, M. I. ; Melgaço, Lucas; Lyon, David; Kazansky, Becky; Milan, Stefania.

In: International Studies Perspectives, Vol. 21, No. 1, 02.2020, p. 1-36.

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Tanczer, LM, Deibert, RJ, Bigo, D, Franfklin, MI, Melgaço, L, Lyon, D, Kazansky, B & Milan, S 2020, 'Online Surveillance, Censorship, and Encryption in Academia', International Studies Perspectives, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 1-36. https://doi.org/10.1093/isp/ekz016

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Tanczer, L. M., Deibert, R. J., Bigo, D., Franfklin, M. I., Melgaço, L., Lyon, D., ... Milan, S. (2020). Online Surveillance, Censorship, and Encryption in Academia. International Studies Perspectives, 21(1), 1-36. https://doi.org/10.1093/isp/ekz016

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Tanczer LM, Deibert RJ, Bigo D, Franfklin MI, Melgaço L, Lyon D et al. Online Surveillance, Censorship, and Encryption in Academia. International Studies Perspectives. 2020 Feb;21(1):1-36. https://doi.org/10.1093/isp/ekz016

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Tanczer, Leonie Maria ; Deibert, Ronald J. ; Bigo, Didier ; Franfklin, M. I. ; Melgaço, Lucas ; Lyon, David ; Kazansky, Becky ; Milan, Stefania. / Online Surveillance, Censorship, and Encryption in Academia. In: International Studies Perspectives. 2020 ; Vol. 21, No. 1. pp. 1-36.

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