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Habeas data : privacy vs. the rise of surveillance tech

Author: Cyrus Farivar
Publisher: Brooklyn, NY : Melville House Publishing, [2018]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Until the 21st century, most of our activities were private by default, public only through effort; today anything that touches digital space has the potential (and likelihood) to remain somewhere online forever. That means all of the technologies that have made our lives easier, faster, better, and/or more efficient have also simultaneously made it easier to keep an eye on our activities. Or, as we recently  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Nonfiction
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Farivar, Cyrus.
Habeas data.
Brooklyn : Melville House, [2018]
(DLC) 2018023468
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Cyrus Farivar
ISBN: 9781612196466 1612196462
OCLC Number: 1001304080
Description: xviii, 281 pages ; 24 cm
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 NSA'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 --
Who watches the watchers?
Responsibility: Cyrus Farivar.

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"Until the 21st century, most of our activities were private by default, public only through effort; today anything that touches digital space has the potential (and likelihood) to remain somewhere online forever. That means all of the technologies that have made our lives easier, faster, better, and/or more efficient have also simultaneously made it easier to keep an eye on our activities. Or, as we recently learned from reports about Cambridge Analytica, our data might be turned into a propaganda machine against us. In 10 crucial legal cases, [this book] explores the tools of surveillance that exist today, how they work, and what the implications are for the future of privacy"--

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