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- ISBN: 9781601527271 (electronic bk)
- Publisher: San Diego : ReferencePoint Press, 2014.
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|Summary, etc.:|| Recent revelations of extensive government surveillance programs pit privacy concerns against the need to fight terrorism and crime. Using cases involving real people, this book explores how federal agencies, local law enforcement, and even schools are collecting, using—and perhaps abusing—the personal information they gather online. The book concludes with a discussion of proposed regulations and policies that could strike a better balance between privacy and security.
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