Adam Molnar
Adam Molnar
Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology & Legal Studies, University of Waterloo
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Radicalisation theories, policing practices, and “the future of terrorism?”
J Monaghan, A Molnar
Critical Studies on Terrorism 9 (3), 393-413, 2016
Surveillance drones: Privacy implications of the spread of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in Canada
C Bracken-Roche, D Lyon, MJ Mansour, A Molnar, A Saulnier, ...
Surveillance Studies Centre, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, 2014
The commodification of mobile phone surveillance: An analysis of the consumer spyware industry
D Harkin, A Molnar, E Vowles
Crime, media, culture 16 (1), 33-60, 2020
The Predator in Your Pocket: A Multidisciplinary Assessment of the Stalkerware Application Industry
C Parsons, A Molnar, J Dalek, J Knockel, M Kenyon, B Haselton, C Khoo, ...
Citizen Lab, University of Toronto, 2019
The geo‐historical legacies of urban security governance and the Vancouver 2010 Olympics
A Molnar
The Geographical Journal 181 (3), 235-241, 2015
Mega-events and mega-profits: Unravelling the Vancouver 2010 security–development nexus
A Molnar, L Snider
Security games, 150-168, 2011
Policing political mega-events through ‘hard’and ‘soft’tactics: reflections on local and organisational tensions in public order policing
C Whelan, A Molnar
Policing and Society 29 (1), 85-99, 2019
Operating-system design and its implications for victims of family violence: the comparative threat of smart phone spyware for Android versus iPhone users
D Harkin, A Molnar
Violence against women 27 (6-7), 851-875, 2021
Securing Mega-Events
C Whelan, A Molnar
London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018
Technology, Law, and the Formation of (il)Liberal Democracy?
A Molnar
Surveillance & Society 15 (3/4), 381-388, 2017
Governing Liberty Through Accountability: Surveillance Reporting as Technologies of Governmentality
A Molnar, I Warren
Critical Criminology, 1-14, 2020
Unmanned aerial vehicles (uavs) and law enforcement in australia and canada: Governance through ‘privacy’in an era of counter-law?
A Molnar, C Parsons
National Security, Surveillance and Terror: Canada and Australia in …, 2016
Securing the Brisbane 2014 G20 in the Wake of the Toronto 2010 G20: 'Failure-inspired' Learning in Public Order Policing
A Molnar, C Whelan, P Boyle
British Journal of Criminology 59 (1), 107-125, 2019
Lawful Illegality: Authorizing Extraterritorial Police Surveillance
I Warren, M Mann, A Molnar
Surveillance & Society 18 (3), 357-369, 2020
Regulatory arbitrage and transnational surveillance: Australia’s extraterritorial assistance to access encrypted communications
M Mann, A Daly, A Molnar
Internet Policy Review 9 (3), 2020
Settler Governance and Privacy: Canada's Indian Residential School Settlement Agreement and the Mediation of State-Based Violence.
L Fullenwieder, A Molnar
International Journal of Communication (19328036) 12, 2018
Government Surveillance Accountability: The Failures of Contemporary Canadian Interception Reports
C Parsons, A Molnar
Canadian Journal of Law and Technology 16 (1), 143-170, 2018
Watching below: Dimensions of surveillance-‐by UAVs in Canada
C Parsons, A Molnar
Block G Privacy and Security Report, 2013
Privacy, surveillance, and the democratic potential of the social web
C Parsons, CJ Bennett, A Molnar
Social dimensions of privacy: interdisciplinary perspectives, 202-222, 2015
Privacy implications of the spread of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in Canada
C Bracken-Roche, D Lyon, M Mansour, A Molnar, A Saulnier, ...
Report for the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, 2014
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