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Secrecy, Law and Society.

Author: Greg Martin; Rebecca Scott Bray; Miiko Kumar
Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2015.
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Commentators have shown how a 'culture of security' ushered in after the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001 has involved exceptional legal measures and increased recourse to secrecy on the basis of protecting public safety and safeguarding national security. In this context, scholars have largely been preoccupied with the ways that increased security impinges upon civil liberties. While secrecy is justified on  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Martin, Greg.
Secrecy, Law and Society.
Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, ©2015
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Greg Martin; Rebecca Scott Bray; Miiko Kumar
ISBN: 9781317575153 1317575156
OCLC Number: 909143538
Description: 1 online resource (289 pages)
Contents: Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; Notes on contributors; 1 Secrecy, law and society; PART 1 Secrecy and security; 2 Living with national security disputes in court processes in England and Wales; 3 Secrecy law and its problems in the United States; 4 Balancing away Article 6 in Home Office v Tariq: fair trial rights in closed material proceedings; PART 2 Open justice and procedural fairness; 5 Protecting procedural fairness and criminal intelligence: Is there a balance to be struck?; 6 Is there a requirement for fair hearings in British and Australian courts? 7 Secrecy, procedural fairness and state courtsPART 3 Right to know; 8 Secrecy, the media and the state: controlling and managing information about terrorism and security; 9 Secret material and anti-terrorism review in Australia and Canada; 10 Secret policing: boundaries of undercover evidence; 11 Anonymity and defamation; PART 4 Secrecy and society; 12 Strategy for public interest leaking; 13 Open secrets, open justice; 14 Secret isle? Making sense of the Jersey child abuse scandal; Index.

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Commentators have shown how a 'culture of security' ushered in after the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001 has involved exceptional legal measures and increased recourse to secrecy on the basis of protecting public safety and safeguarding national security. In this context, scholars have largely been preoccupied with the ways that increased security impinges upon civil liberties. While secrecy is justified on public interest grounds, there remains a tension between the need for secrecy and calls for openness, transparency and disclosure. In law, secrecy has implications for the separation.

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