Privacy in a Cyber Age

Privacy in a Cyber Age

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The advent of the cyber age fundamentally reduced our ability to protect our privacy: the main threat is no longer the extent of the personal information is collected by various surveillance systems of the government (or corporations)a€”but how the information is used. Once collected, information can very often be accessed and misused by anyone in the world. This book lays out the foundations for a privacy doctrine suitable to the cyber age and examines the implications of the availability of personal information to corporations and major federal agencies.Dianne Feinstein, a€œMake NSA Programs More Transparent, a€ The Washington Post, July 30, 2013, ... Miller, 425 U.S. 435, 443 (1976); see also, Orin Kerr, a€œThe Case for the Third Party Doctrine, a€ Michigan Law Review 107 (2009): 561, 569a€“ 70. Earlier cases ... Cell tower information was kept on a rolling one-year basis by Verizon; for 18 to 24 months by Sprint; and indefinitely since 2008 by ATaamp;T. ... See Allie Bohm, a€œHow Long Is Your Cell Phone Company Hanging On To Your Data?

Title:Privacy in a Cyber Age
Author: Amitai Etzioni
Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan - 2015-06-17

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