The notion of responsibility considered within a framework of surveillance, security, and privacy has many dimensions. Different stakeholders hold varying perspectives on how and to what extent community safety and security should be enhanced by surveillance. There are also contrasting viewpoints concerning who should be held responsible for the implementation of surveillance and the associated privacy issues. A number of different perspectives relating to what the notion of responsibility means are presented before providing a contemporary example of how it relates to surveillance, security, and privacy. The context of the U.S. college and university environment provides a contemporary example of responsibility in this realm, with comparisons involving similar contexts in the United Kingdom and Australia. Unlike many other contexts in which surveillance and security ...

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