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The Encrypted Times: A visual exploration of surveillance culture within contemporary news media.
The Encrypted Times is an experimental current affairs news magazine. This publications utilises the Edward Snowdens 2013 mass surveillance disclosures as a catalyst to explore the issues surrounding state surveillance of online activity and how this informs journalistic practices. The Encrypted Times creatively considers contextually relevant and contemporary issues that are emerging in the field of media studies such as the influx in societal concerns regarding the surveillance of online mediums since Snowdens disclosure of NSA practices. Furthermore, The Encrypted Times simultaneously highlights the apparent embrace and benefits of a 24 hour news cycle that is offered by print news online counterpart. Through considering these two theoretical issues in one publications, The Encrypted Times effectively teases out the irony that is prevalent in discourses of media studies. This ‘irony’ is rooted in the notion of the emergence of online citizen journalists and Web 2.0 technologies as pervasive, while mass online surveillance culture simultaneously becomes a reality. 
By Imogen Temm
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The Encrypted Times: A visual exploration of surveillance culture within contemporary news media.
The Encrypted Times is an experimental current affairs news magazine. This publications utilises the Edward Snowdens 2013 mass surveillance disclosures as a catalyst to explore the issues surrounding state surveillance of online activity and how this informs journalistic practices. The Encrypted Times creatively considers contextually relevant and contemporary issues that are emerging in the field of media studies such as the influx in societal concerns regarding the surveillance of online mediums since Snowdens disclosure of NSA practices. Furthermore, The Encrypted Times simultaneously highlights the apparent embrace and benefits of a 24 hour news cycle that is offered by print news online counterpart. Through considering these two theoretical issues in one publications, The Encrypted Times effectively teases out the irony that is prevalent in discourses of media studies. This ‘irony’ is rooted in the notion of the emergence of online citizen journalists and Web 2.0 technologies as pervasive, while mass online surveillance culture simultaneously becomes a reality. 
By Imogen Temm
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The Encrypted Times: A visual exploration of surveillance culture within contemporary news media.
The Encrypted Times is an experimental current affairs news magazine. This publications utilises the Edward Snowdens 2013 mass surveillance disclosures as a catalyst to explore the issues surrounding state surveillance of online activity and how this informs journalistic practices. The Encrypted Times creatively considers contextually relevant and contemporary issues that are emerging in the field of media studies such as the influx in societal concerns regarding the surveillance of online mediums since Snowdens disclosure of NSA practices. Furthermore, The Encrypted Times simultaneously highlights the apparent embrace and benefits of a 24 hour news cycle that is offered by print news online counterpart. Through considering these two theoretical issues in one publications, The Encrypted Times effectively teases out the irony that is prevalent in discourses of media studies. This ‘irony’ is rooted in the notion of the emergence of online citizen journalists and Web 2.0 technologies as pervasive, while mass online surveillance culture simultaneously becomes a reality. 
By Imogen Temm
designahaha:

The Encrypted Times: A visual exploration of surveillance culture within contemporary news media.
The Encrypted Times is an experimental current affairs news magazine. This publications utilises the Edward Snowdens 2013 mass surveillance disclosures as a catalyst to explore the issues surrounding state surveillance of online activity and how this informs journalistic practices. The Encrypted Times creatively considers contextually relevant and contemporary issues that are emerging in the field of media studies such as the influx in societal concerns regarding the surveillance of online mediums since Snowdens disclosure of NSA practices. Furthermore, The Encrypted Times simultaneously highlights the apparent embrace and benefits of a 24 hour news cycle that is offered by print news online counterpart. Through considering these two theoretical issues in one publications, The Encrypted Times effectively teases out the irony that is prevalent in discourses of media studies. This ‘irony’ is rooted in the notion of the emergence of online citizen journalists and Web 2.0 technologies as pervasive, while mass online surveillance culture simultaneously becomes a reality. 
By Imogen Temm
designahaha:

The Encrypted Times: A visual exploration of surveillance culture within contemporary news media.
The Encrypted Times is an experimental current affairs news magazine. This publications utilises the Edward Snowdens 2013 mass surveillance disclosures as a catalyst to explore the issues surrounding state surveillance of online activity and how this informs journalistic practices. The Encrypted Times creatively considers contextually relevant and contemporary issues that are emerging in the field of media studies such as the influx in societal concerns regarding the surveillance of online mediums since Snowdens disclosure of NSA practices. Furthermore, The Encrypted Times simultaneously highlights the apparent embrace and benefits of a 24 hour news cycle that is offered by print news online counterpart. Through considering these two theoretical issues in one publications, The Encrypted Times effectively teases out the irony that is prevalent in discourses of media studies. This ‘irony’ is rooted in the notion of the emergence of online citizen journalists and Web 2.0 technologies as pervasive, while mass online surveillance culture simultaneously becomes a reality. 
By Imogen Temm
designahaha:

The Encrypted Times: A visual exploration of surveillance culture within contemporary news media.
The Encrypted Times is an experimental current affairs news magazine. This publications utilises the Edward Snowdens 2013 mass surveillance disclosures as a catalyst to explore the issues surrounding state surveillance of online activity and how this informs journalistic practices. The Encrypted Times creatively considers contextually relevant and contemporary issues that are emerging in the field of media studies such as the influx in societal concerns regarding the surveillance of online mediums since Snowdens disclosure of NSA practices. Furthermore, The Encrypted Times simultaneously highlights the apparent embrace and benefits of a 24 hour news cycle that is offered by print news online counterpart. Through considering these two theoretical issues in one publications, The Encrypted Times effectively teases out the irony that is prevalent in discourses of media studies. This ‘irony’ is rooted in the notion of the emergence of online citizen journalists and Web 2.0 technologies as pervasive, while mass online surveillance culture simultaneously becomes a reality. 
By Imogen Temm
designahaha:

The Encrypted Times: A visual exploration of surveillance culture within contemporary news media.
The Encrypted Times is an experimental current affairs news magazine. This publications utilises the Edward Snowdens 2013 mass surveillance disclosures as a catalyst to explore the issues surrounding state surveillance of online activity and how this informs journalistic practices. The Encrypted Times creatively considers contextually relevant and contemporary issues that are emerging in the field of media studies such as the influx in societal concerns regarding the surveillance of online mediums since Snowdens disclosure of NSA practices. Furthermore, The Encrypted Times simultaneously highlights the apparent embrace and benefits of a 24 hour news cycle that is offered by print news online counterpart. Through considering these two theoretical issues in one publications, The Encrypted Times effectively teases out the irony that is prevalent in discourses of media studies. This ‘irony’ is rooted in the notion of the emergence of online citizen journalists and Web 2.0 technologies as pervasive, while mass online surveillance culture simultaneously becomes a reality. 
By Imogen Temm
designahaha:

The Encrypted Times: A visual exploration of surveillance culture within contemporary news media.
The Encrypted Times is an experimental current affairs news magazine. This publications utilises the Edward Snowdens 2013 mass surveillance disclosures as a catalyst to explore the issues surrounding state surveillance of online activity and how this informs journalistic practices. The Encrypted Times creatively considers contextually relevant and contemporary issues that are emerging in the field of media studies such as the influx in societal concerns regarding the surveillance of online mediums since Snowdens disclosure of NSA practices. Furthermore, The Encrypted Times simultaneously highlights the apparent embrace and benefits of a 24 hour news cycle that is offered by print news online counterpart. Through considering these two theoretical issues in one publications, The Encrypted Times effectively teases out the irony that is prevalent in discourses of media studies. This ‘irony’ is rooted in the notion of the emergence of online citizen journalists and Web 2.0 technologies as pervasive, while mass online surveillance culture simultaneously becomes a reality. 
By Imogen Temm
designahaha:

The Encrypted Times: A visual exploration of surveillance culture within contemporary news media.
The Encrypted Times is an experimental current affairs news magazine. This publications utilises the Edward Snowdens 2013 mass surveillance disclosures as a catalyst to explore the issues surrounding state surveillance of online activity and how this informs journalistic practices. The Encrypted Times creatively considers contextually relevant and contemporary issues that are emerging in the field of media studies such as the influx in societal concerns regarding the surveillance of online mediums since Snowdens disclosure of NSA practices. Furthermore, The Encrypted Times simultaneously highlights the apparent embrace and benefits of a 24 hour news cycle that is offered by print news online counterpart. Through considering these two theoretical issues in one publications, The Encrypted Times effectively teases out the irony that is prevalent in discourses of media studies. This ‘irony’ is rooted in the notion of the emergence of online citizen journalists and Web 2.0 technologies as pervasive, while mass online surveillance culture simultaneously becomes a reality. 
By Imogen Temm