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Author Sharpe, Sybil, author
Title National security, personal privacy and the law : surveying electronic surveillance and data acquisition / Sybil Sharpe
Imprint Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2020
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 人文社會聯圖  K3264.C65 S49 2020    DUE 11-01-21    30660020233909
Descript viii, 133 pages ; 24 cm
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Series Routledge research in terrorism and the law
Note "There have been significant changes in public attitudes towards surveillance in the last few years as a consequence of the Snowden disclosures and the Cambridge Analytica scandal. This book re-evaluates competing arguments between national security and personal privacy. The increased assimilation between intelligence service and police investigatory powers and revelations of unauthorised surveillance have resulted in increased demands for transparency in information gathering and for greater control of personal data. Recent legal reforms have attempted to limit the risks to freedom of association and expression associated with electronic surveillance. This book looks at the background to recent reforms and explains how courts and the legislature are attempting to effect a balance between security and personal liberty within a social contract. It asks what drives public concern when other aspects seem to be less contentious. In view of our apparent willingness to post on social media and engage in on line commerce, it considers if we are truly consenting to a loss of privacy and how this reconciles with concerns about state surveillance"-- Provided by publisher
Includes bibliographical references and index
Search and Surveillance: The Terrorist Threat -- Surveillance Outed -- Finding an Equilibrium -- Surveying Surveillance -- Privacy in an Age of Global Surveillance
Subject Electronic surveillance -- Law and legislation
Data protection -- Law and legislation
National security -- Law and legislation
Terrorism -- Prevention -- Law and legislation
Electronic surveillance -- La w and legislation -- Great Britain
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