Cambridge handbook of surveillance law
Contributor(s): Gray, David C | Henderson, Stephen E.Material type: BookPublisher: New York Cambridge University Press 2017Description: xv,769p.ISBN: 9781107137943 .Subject(s): United States. Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board | Electronic surveillance -- Law and legislation -- United States | Intelligence service -- Law and legislation -- United States | Terrorism -- Prevention -- Law and legislation -- United States | National security -- Law and legislation -- United States | Computer security -- Law and legislation -- United States | Computer networks -- Security measures -- United States | Cyberterrorism -- Prevention -- United States | Privacy, Right of -- Government policy -- United StatesDDC classification: 345.520973
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
NSA surveillance in the War on Terror by Rachel Levinson-Waldman -- Location tracking by Stephanie K. Pell -- Terrorist watchlists by Jeffrey Kahn -- "Incidental" foreign intelligence surveillance and the Fourth Amendment by Jennifer Daskal & Stephen I. Vladeck -- Biometric surveillance and big data governance by Margaret Hu -- Fusion centers by Thomas Nolan -- Big data surveillance : the convergence of big data and law enforcement by Andrew Guthrie Ferguson -- The Internet of things and self-surveillance systems by Steven I. Friedland -- Balancing privacy and public safety in the post-Snowden era by Jason M. Weinstein & R. Taj Moore -- Obama's mixed legacy on cybersecurity, surveillance, and surveillance reform by Timothy Edgar -- Local law enforcement video surveillance : rules, technology, and legal implications by Marc J. Blitz -- The surveillance implications of efforts to combat cyber harassment by Danielle Keats Citron & Liz Clark Rinehart -- The case for surveillance by Lawrence Rosenthal -- "Going dark" : encryption, privacy, liberty, and security in the "golden age of surveillance" by Geoffrey S. Corn & Dru Brenner-Beck -- Business responses to surveillance by Lothar Determann -- Seeing, seizing, and searching like a state : constitutional developments from the seventeenth century to the end of the nineteenth century by Mark A. Graber -- An eerie feeling of déjà vu : from Soviet snitches to angry birds by Alex Kozinski & Mihailis E. Diamantis -- The impact of online surveillance on behavior by Alex Marthews & Catherine Tucker -- Surveillance vs. privacy : effects and implications by Julie E. Cohen -- Intellectual and social freedom by Margot E. Kaminski -- The surveillance regulation toolkit : thinking beyond probable cause by Paul Ohm -- European human rights, criminal surveillance, and intelligence surveillance : towards "good enough" oversight, preferably but not necessarily by judges by Gianclaudio Malgieri & Paul de Hert -- Lessons from the history of national security surveillance by Elizabeth Goitein, Faiza Patel, & Fritz Schwarz -- Regulating surveillance through litigation : some thoughts from the trenches by Mark Rumold -- Legislative regulation of government surveillance by Christopher Slobogin -- California's Electronic Communications Privacy Act (CALECPA) : a case study in legislative regulation of surveillance by Susan Freiwald -- Surveillance in the European Union by Cristina Blasi Casagran -- Mutual legal assistance in the digital age by Andrew Keane Woods -- The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board by David Medine & Esteban Morin -- FTC regulation of cybersecurity and surveillance by Chris Jay Hoofnagle -- The federal communications commission as privacy regulator by Travis Leblanc & Lindsay Defrancesco.