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In the name of security - secrecy, surveillance and journalism

Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : ANTHEM Press, 2018.
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'In the Name of Security - Secrecy, Surveillance and Journalism' investigates the effects of the increased number of anti-terror laws, new mass surveillance technologies and a global fear- driven security paradigm have had on in-depth public interest journalism since 11 September 2001 in a number of countries.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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(OCoLC)1018459916
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
ISBN: 9781783087709 1783087706 9781783087716 1783087714
OCLC Number: 1031909159
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Intro; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Tables; Introduction; The Role of Journalism in Liberal Democracies; Approach and Methodology; The Five Eyes; Further Points of Comparison; The Tshwane Principles; Axis of Deceit; Overview of the Book; References; Chapter 1 The Public Privacy Conundrum --
Anonymity and The Law in An Era of Mass Surveillance; Introduction; The Technological Threats; The Limitations of Laws That Regulate Surveillance; Overview; Australia; Telecommunications privacy laws; Surveillance laws; Access to metadata; Case study; Canada. Interceptions and surveillanceInformation privacy laws; Human rights; Access to metadata; New Zealand; Interception and surveillance laws; Information privacy laws; Human rights; Access to metadata; United Kingdom; Communications privacy laws; Other privacy laws; Human Rights; Access to metadata; Case study; United States; Surveillance laws; Information privacy laws; Human Rights; Access to metadata; The Practical Implications for Journalists; Conclusion; References; Chapter 2 Undesirable Types --
The Surveillance of Journalists; Introduction; The 'Nuisance'; 'A Man to be Checked' The Cold War and 'Communist Stuff'The File as Biography; Conclusion; References; Chapter 3 Surveillance and National Security 'Hyper-Legislation' --
Calibrating Restraints on Rights With A Freedom of Expression Threshold; Introduction; Background: The National Security Hyper-Legislative Threat to Free Expression; Free Expression in International Human Rights Instruments and Five Eyes Constitutions; Free expression in the United States; Free expression in Canada; Free expression in the UK; Free expression in New Zealand; Case Study: The Australian Situation. Case Study: National Security 'Hyper-Legislation' in AustraliaSpecial Recognition for Journalists and Media through Shield Laws; Surveillance and Journalists' Sources --
International and Australian Research; Conclusion; References; Chapter 4 The Ethics of Reporting National Security Matters; Introduction; A Definitional Challenge; Truth-telling; The public interest; Protection of sources; Independence from government; Harm; Case Study: The Australian and Counterterrorism; Conclusion; References; Chapter 5 When One Person's Noble Whistleblower Becomes Another's Poisonous Leaker; Introduction. Journalist-Source RelationshipsJournalists and whistleblowers; Case Studies; Case one: Deep Throat; Case two: Plamegate; Case three: Andrew Wilkie; Case four: Kathy Jackson; Discussion; Conclusion; References; Chapter 6 Who Watches the Watchmen? Access to Information, Accountability and Government Secrecy; Introduction; The Evolution of Freedom of Information; Case Studies; Sweden: In utmost secrecy; United States: CIA interrogation/torture manuals; Canada: The C-51 Bill controversy; New Zealand: The Ahmed Zaoui case; Australia and the United Kingdom: FOI does not apply; Discussion.
Responsibility: edited by John Lidberg and Denis Muller.

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'In the Name of Security - Secrecy, Surveillance and Journalism' investigates the effects of the increased number of anti-terror laws, new mass surveillance technologies and a global fear- driven security paradigm have had on in-depth public interest journalism since 11 September 2001 in a number of countries.

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