Surveillance & Society is a free-to-access, free-to-publish journal run by a not-for-profit educational charity, the Surveillance Studies Network (SSN).

We do not charge any subscriptions or fees to read articles, to publish or submit. Our only income derives from a combination of memberships, conferences, and a grant from the Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC). So if you find our articles interesting and want to support what we are doing, we'd really like you to join SSN. It's is not expensive, especially compared to traditional academic associations, and memberships provide us with the funds to keep S&S going, and fund out other educational activities (conferences, small grants, prizes and awards etc.) - so please join!