Call for Papers: Privacy and Surveillance in a Digital Age
Laws invites papers for a special issue, “Privacy and Surveillance in a Digital Age.” Manuscripts are due by March 31, 2017.
Possible topics include, but are not limited to: questions about how traditional legal concerns (such as those of police searches) should apply to computer and Internet technology; about what powers government should have to overcome the encryption that officials worry will cloak criminal evidence, but that many individuals rely upon for protecting the privacy of law-abiding activities; about how the law should regulate drone recording or other advances in video- and audio-recording; about the challenges raised to privacy by “big data,” and about whether (and when) technological surveillance by government should be subject to different legal rules than similar surveillance by businesses or other non-state actors.
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Topics: Calls for Papers; Law & Public Policy.