Habeas data : privacy vs. the rise of surveillance tech

Book
Published 2018
Item Details
ISBN:
9781612196466
1612196462
Description:
xviii, 281 pages ; 24 cm
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
Introduction
Telephones : how a fateful call in 1965 from a Los Angeles pay phone still rings out today
How the government cracked an iPhone-without Apple's help
How one mugger's calls helped create the NNA's post-9/11 phone metadata surveillance program
When big brother rides in the back seat
Can the police use extrasensory technology to look into your house without a warrant?
Why (amazingly) e-mail providers won't give up messages without a warrant, even
Though the Supreme Court has never ruled on the issue
Why the eighteenth-century Constitution protects against twenty-first-century satellite-based tracking
How your phone can lead the authorities right to your door
Can police search your phone when you're arrested?
Why privacy needs all of us
A serpent's egg.
LCCN:
2018023468
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