Modern Privacy & Surveillance Law
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This book has been re-titled Modern Privacy & Surveillance Law. Formerly titled Privacy and the USA PATRIOT Act, the law analyzed by this treatise has evolved beyond any one statute. Since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, aspects of constitutional, international, national security, military, criminal, immigration, civil rights, privacy, customs, commodities, securities, financial, transportation, business, employment, contracts, health, education, agriculture, administrative, procedural, property, tort, and other areas of law have blended into a new, challenging, ever-changing, and bleak American jurisprudence: The law of surveillance.
This is a rapidly developing area, and this treatise will help practitioners, legislators, administrators, scholars, journalists, businesspersons, students, and others to understand the structure, implications, strengths, weaknesses, and uses of American surveillance law.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Scope and Limits of the Right of Privacy—the Background Against Which Modern Surveillance Law Is Developing
Chapter 3 President’s Powers Regarding Property and Persons—Terrorism Designations and Watch Lists
Chapter 4 Federal Government Surveillance Powers
Chapter 5 Financial Privacy and the Patriot Act: Money Laundering and Reporting by Broadly Defined “Financial Institutions”
Chapter 6 The Foreigner Factor
Chapter 7 National Security Letters, DNA Sampling, and Other Investigatory Tools
Chapter 8 Post-9/11 Terrorism Crimes and their Impacts on Privacy
Chapter 9 Sharing Law Enforcement and Intelligence Information Among Government Agencies
Chapter 10 Miscellaneous Provisions
Chapter 11 Government Data Mining and Surveillance Systems: Catalog and Analysis
Chapter 12 Cyber Security, Critical Infrastructure Protection and Privacy
Appendix A The USA Patriot Act
Appendix B Amendments and Extensions