Mark contributes expertise on the social and cultural implications of data mining, and online monitoring. He writes about monitoring and data mining from a socio-cultural perspective, and is the author of three monographs and more than 60 academic articles and book chapters. His research interests encompass digital media, surveillance and data mining in the digital era. He is particularly interested in social forms of sorting and automated decision-making associated with the online economy. He believes regulations for controlling commercial and state access to and use of personal information is becoming an increasingly important topic.Read more about Mark Andrejevic's research
Mark Andrejevic's Articles
Facing the tricky truth
A recent survey of Australians’ attitudes towards the use of facial recognition technology revealed significant concerns about privacy, security, and bias.
Episode 12: Fact or Fiction?
In this third episode on fake news, we've gathered all the very best practical tips and ideas from our experts to help you find your way through the news.
What will a post-COVID-19 world look like?
Our post-coronavirus pandemic future will be very different to the one we anticipated, as it reshapes relationships, governments, business, and broader society.
The new transparency
COVID-19 is showing us how our reliance on smartphones renders everyday life more visible – and ultimately more controllable.
(Not) Another face in the crowd
New facial recognition technology is justifiably raising fears for the end of privacy as we know it.
When the truth goes up in flames
The catastrophic bushfires have highlighted the connection between threats to the natural environment and the media environment, through which misinformation is spreading at a disturbing rate.