The Fear That Has 1,000 Eyes: Cities in the Age of TerrorismCurrent Affairs, Politics, Technology|2013|52:07|PG
London, Oklahoma, New York, Madrid, Oslo... Each terrorist attack has led to an increase in security: new laws, surveillance of individuals, trade and financial transactions, more cameras, biometric scanning, ever-expanding security architecture. In New York the attacks came by air, in London by subway and bus, in Madrid by train, in Oslo by car and boat. When will the next attack take place? Where and how will it happen? The Fear That Has 1000 Eyes: Cities in the Age of Terrorism explores how the threat of terrorism and perhaps even more, the fear of terrorism, has changed urban life.