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Cambridge Handbook Of Surveillance Law

Cambridge Handbook Of Surveillance Law - Gray, David (EDT)/ Henderson, Stephen E. (EDT) - ISBN: 9781107137943
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Bindwijze: Boek, Gebonden
Genre: Staats- en bestuursrecht
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A comprehensive treatment of contemporary surveillance technologies and regulatory strategies with an emphasis on policing and national security.


Titel: Cambridge Handbook Of Surveillance Law
auteur: Gray, David (EDT)/ Henderson, Stephen E. (EDT)
Mediatype: Boek
Bindwijze: Gebonden
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 786
Uitgever: Cambridge University Press
Plaats van publicatie: 01
NUR: Staats- en bestuursrecht
Afmetingen: 189 x 260 x 48
Gewicht: 1582 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 9781107137943
Intern nummer: 38496373


'The Cambridge Handbook of Surveillance Law is a superb contribution to the debate about surveillance. Pushing far beyond typical generalities about surveillance, this book contains essays of great depth and focus. The result is a volume with a fresh and nuanced set of perspectives addressing cutting-edge issues. The editors have assembled an all-star group of contributors. This is a truly outstanding volume, one that is essential reading.' Daniel J. Solove, John Marshall Harlan Research Professor of Law, George Washington University Law School and author of Nothing to Hide: The False Tradeoff Between Privacy and Security


Part I. Surveillance Techniques and Technologies: 1. NSA surveillance in the war on terror Rachel Levinson-Waldman; 2. Location tracking Stephanie K. Pell; 3. Terrorist watchlists Jeffrey Kahn; 4. 'Incidental' foreign intelligence surveillance and the fourth amendment Jennifer Daskal and Stephen I. Vladeck; 5. Biometric surveillance and big data governance Margaret Hu; 6. Fusion centers Thomas Nolan; 7. Big data surveillance: the convergence of big data and law enforcement Andrew Guthrie Ferguson; 8. The internet of things and self-surveillance systems Steven I. Friedland; Part II. Surveillance Applications: 9. Balancing privacy and public safety in the post-Snowden era Jason M. Weinstein and R. Taj Moore; 10. Obama's mixed legacy on cybersecurity, surveillance, and surveillance reform Timothy Edgar; 11. Local law enforcement video surveillance: rules, technology, and legal implications Marc J. Blitz; 12. The surveillance implications of efforts to combat cyber harassment Danielle Keats Citron and Liz Clark Rinehart; 13. The case for surveillance Lawrence Rosenthal; 14. 'Going dark': encryption, privacy, liberty, and security in the 'golden age of surveillance' Geoffrey S. Corn and Dru Brenner-Beck; 15. Business responses to surveillance Lothar Determann; Part II. Impact of Surveillance: 16. Seeing, seizing, and searching like a state: constitutional developments from the seventeenth century to the end of the nineteenth century Mark A. Graber; 17. An eerie feeling of déjà vu: from Soviet snitches to angry birds Alex Kozinski and Mihailis E. Diamantis; 18. The impact of online surveillance on behavior Alex Marthews and Catherine Tucker; 19. Surveillance vs privacy: effects and implications Julie E. Cohen; 20. Intellectual and social freedom Margot E. Kaminski; 21. The surveillance regulation toolkit: thinking beyond probable cause Paul Ohm; 22. European human rights, criminal surveillance, and intelligence surveillance: towards 'good enough' oversight, preferably but not necessarily by judges Gianclaudio Malgieri and Paul De Hert; Part IV. Regulating Surveillance: 23. Lessons from the history of national security surveillance Elizabeth Goitein, Faiza Patel and Fritz Schwarz; 24. Regulating surveillance through litigation: some thoughts from the trenches Mark Rumold; 25. Legislative regulation of government surveillance Christopher Slobogin; 26. California's Electronic Communications Privacy Act (CalECPA): a case study in legislative regulation of surveillance Susan Freiwald; 27. Surveillance in the European Union Cristina Blasi Casagran; 28. Mutual legal assistance in the digital age Andrew Keane Woods; 29. The privacy and civil liberties oversight board David Medine and Esteban Morin; 30. FTC regulation of cybersecurity and surveillance Chris Jay Hoofnagle; 31. The federal communications commission as privacy regulator Travis LeBlanc and Lindsay DeFrancesco.


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