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Author: Christopher Slobogin
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Title: Privacy at Risk: The New Government Surveillance and the Fourth Amendment
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Publisher: University Of Chicago Press (October 29, 2007)
Pages: 274

Privacy at Risk: The New Government Surveillance and the Fourth Amendment by Christopher Slobogin



As Christopher Slobogin explains in Privacy at Risk, these intrusive acts of surveillance are subject to very little regulation.

Slobogin, Christopher, 1951-. Publication, Distribution, et. Chicago Formatted Contents Note: Surveillance and the Fourth Amendment : introduction : surveillance techniques and the law A Fourth Amendment framework Physical surveillance : Peeping Techno-Toms Public privacy : surveillance of public places and the right to anonymity Implementing the right to public anonymity Transaction surveillance : subpoenas and privacy Regulating transaction surveillance by the government Conclusion : a different Fourth Amendment?.

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As Christopher Slobogin explains in Privacy at Risk, these intrusive acts of surveillance are subject to very little regulation. This book focuses instead on a significant new development in the government's surveillance efforts: the use of sophisticated technology to observe our daily activities (physical surveillance) and to peruse records of those activities (transaction surveillance). Our wanderings, our work, and our play can now be monitored not only through binoculars and other types of telescopic lenses but also with night scopes, tracking mechanisms, satellite cameras, and devices that detect heat and images through walls.

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In 2007, I published Privacy at Risk: The New Government Surveillance and the Fourth Amendment. 1 The immediate trig-ger for the book was the recent upsurge in government use of technology to monitor public and private behavior, and more particularly the tremendous increase in government surveil-lance after 9/11 using techniques such as data mining, phone and computer intercepts, and public. 1. christopher slobogin, privacy at risk: the new government surveillance and the fourth amendment (2007). 2. See infra text accompanying notes 23–25 (describing cases). 3. SLOBOGIN, supra note 1, at 21–48.

Author : Slobogin Christopher Title : Privacy at risk The new government surveillance and the Fourth Amendment Year : 2007. This book is about an insidious assault on our freedom and the failure of the law to respond to it. The assault comes from government monitoring of our communications, actions, and transactions. The failure results from the inability or unwillingness of courts and legislatures to recognize how pervasive and routine this government surveillance has become. To ensure that this powerful tool is not abused,.

Without our consent and often without our knowledge, the government can constantly monitor many of our daily activities, using closed circuit TV, global positioning systems, and a wide array of other sophisticated technologies. With just a few keystrokes, records containing our financial information, phone and e-mail logs, and sometimes even our medical histories can be readily accessed by law enforcement officials. As Christopher Slobogin explains in Privacy at Risk, these intrusive acts of surveillance are subject to very little regulation.Applying the Fourth Amendment’s prohibition on unreasonable searches and seizures, Slobogin argues that courts should prod legislatures into enacting more meaningful protection against government overreaching.  In setting forth a comprehensive framework meant to preserve rights guaranteed by the Constitution without compromising the government’s ability to investigate criminal acts, Slobogin offers a balanced regulatory regime that should intrigue everyone concerned about privacy rights in the digital age.
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Androwyn
Great Textbook, got me through all my tests with an A. Easy to access and retain information, the author did a great job. I would reccomend someone buy this text book for their classes in criminal justice, it will definitely help. The book could have been a little more detailed on a few things in chapter 2 which is the only reason I had to give it a 4/5.
Dandr
Big brother is watching.