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The Resource Bulk collection : systematic government access to private-sector data, edited by Fred H. Cate and James X. Dempsey

Bulk collection : systematic government access to private-sector data, edited by Fred H. Cate and James X. Dempsey

Label
Bulk collection : systematic government access to private-sector data
Title
Bulk collection
Title remainder
systematic government access to private-sector data
Statement of responsibility
edited by Fred H. Cate and James X. Dempsey
Title variation
Systematic government access to private-sector data
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book is the culmination of a nearly six-year project to examine the systematic government access of private information from companies and other private-sector organizations. It provides twelve updated country reports to present both descriptive and normative frameworks for analyzing national surveillance laws, and to focus on international law, human rights law, and oversight mechanisms. It also explores the concept of accountability and the role of encryption in shaping the surveillance debate. Cate and Dempsey conclude the book by offering recommendations for both government and indust
Dewey number
342.0858
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Cate, Fred H.,
  • Dempsey, James X.,
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  • Government information
  • Electronic records
  • Privacy, Right of
  • Data protection
  • Electronic surveillance
  • Internet
  • Data transmission systems
Label
Bulk collection : systematic government access to private-sector data, edited by Fred H. Cate and James X. Dempsey
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Cover; Bulk Collection; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; List of Contributors; Glossary of Acronyms and Abbreviations; Introduction and Background; Part one Country Reports; Overview; 1. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data: A Comparative Analysis; Europe and the Middle East; 2. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data in France; 3. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data in Germany; 4. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data in Israel: Balancing Security Needs with Democratic Accountability
  • 5. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data in ItalyThe Americas; 6. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data in Brazil; 7. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data in Canada; 8. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data in the United States I; 9. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data in the United States II: The US Supreme Court and Information Privacy; Asia and the Pacific; 10. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data in Australia; 11. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data in China
  • 12. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data in India13. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data in Japan; 14. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data in the Republic of Korea; Part two Governance and Oversight; 15. Organizational Accountability, Government Use of Private-​Sector Data, National Security, and Individual Privacy; 16. Surveillance and Privacy Protection in Latin America: Examples, Principles, and Suggestions; 17. Trust but Verify: The Importance of Oversight and Transparency in the Pursuit of Public Safety and National Security
  • 18. Regulating Foreign Surveillance through International Law19. Preventing the Police State: International Human Rights Laws Concerning Systematic Government Access to Communications Held or Transmitted by the Private Sector; 20. Standards for Independent Oversight: The European Perspective; 21. Stakeholders in Reform of the Global System for Mutual Legal Assistance; 22. From Real-​Time Intercepts to Stored Records: Why Encryption Drives the Government to Seek Access to the Cloud; Part three Conclusion; 23. Recommendations for Government and Industry
  • Part four Appendices-Project Workshops: ParticipantsWashington, April 3, 2012; London, June 3, 2013; Brussels, November 12, 2013; Montreal, May 9, 2014; London, May 30, 2014; London, March 1-​2, 2016; Index
Control code
ocn988165470
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxxiii, 469 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780190685546
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)988165470
Label
Bulk collection : systematic government access to private-sector data, edited by Fred H. Cate and James X. Dempsey
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Cover; Bulk Collection; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; List of Contributors; Glossary of Acronyms and Abbreviations; Introduction and Background; Part one Country Reports; Overview; 1. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data: A Comparative Analysis; Europe and the Middle East; 2. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data in France; 3. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data in Germany; 4. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data in Israel: Balancing Security Needs with Democratic Accountability
  • 5. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data in ItalyThe Americas; 6. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data in Brazil; 7. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data in Canada; 8. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data in the United States I; 9. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data in the United States II: The US Supreme Court and Information Privacy; Asia and the Pacific; 10. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data in Australia; 11. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data in China
  • 12. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data in India13. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data in Japan; 14. Systematic Government Access to Private-​Sector Data in the Republic of Korea; Part two Governance and Oversight; 15. Organizational Accountability, Government Use of Private-​Sector Data, National Security, and Individual Privacy; 16. Surveillance and Privacy Protection in Latin America: Examples, Principles, and Suggestions; 17. Trust but Verify: The Importance of Oversight and Transparency in the Pursuit of Public Safety and National Security
  • 18. Regulating Foreign Surveillance through International Law19. Preventing the Police State: International Human Rights Laws Concerning Systematic Government Access to Communications Held or Transmitted by the Private Sector; 20. Standards for Independent Oversight: The European Perspective; 21. Stakeholders in Reform of the Global System for Mutual Legal Assistance; 22. From Real-​Time Intercepts to Stored Records: Why Encryption Drives the Government to Seek Access to the Cloud; Part three Conclusion; 23. Recommendations for Government and Industry
  • Part four Appendices-Project Workshops: ParticipantsWashington, April 3, 2012; London, June 3, 2013; Brussels, November 12, 2013; Montreal, May 9, 2014; London, May 30, 2014; London, March 1-​2, 2016; Index
Control code
ocn988165470
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxxiii, 469 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780190685546
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)988165470

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