Opinions throughout History: National Security vs. Civil & Privacy Rights

Editors: Grey House Publishing
Publication Year: 2018
Publisher: Grey House Publishing

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-1-68217-720-4
Category: Social Sciences - Political science
Image Count: 45
Book Status: Available
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This new series from Grey House offers indepth, single volumes that follow the debate, or path, to a decision on a controversial topic as it evolved throughout history. Each volume offers a wide range of opinion essays and editorials, speeches, and journal articles and expert analysis.

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Table of Contents

  • Publisher's Note
  • Editor's Introduction
  • Historical Timeline
  • The Right to Privacy: Foundations of a Constitutional Debate (1890)
  • Defining Search and Seizure: The Olmstead Case and the Legality of Wiretapping (1928)
  • Retro Wireless Surveillance: Federal Communications Act of 1934 and Goldman v. United States (1942)
  • Privacy and the Red Menace: Barenblatt v. United States (1959)
  • The Constitutional Right to Privacy: Griswold v. Connecticut (1965) and Katz v. United States (1967)
  • Information Rights: New York Times Co. v. United States (1971)
  • The Origins of Data Security: Privacy and Security in Computer Systems (1967 and 1975)
  • Monitoring Dissidents: The FISA Act of 1978
  • Modernizing Privacy Philosophy: “Privacy and the Limits of Law” (1980)
  • Adjusting to Technology: The Electronic Communications Privacy Act (1986)
  • Calm Before the Storm: Legal Standards for the Intelligence Community in Conducting Electronic Surveillance (2000)
  • Privacy Surrenders to Patriotism: The PATRIOT Act (2001)
  • The Orwellian Age: Big Brother and the Privacy Debate
  • Dividing the Republic: Punditry and Journalism
  • Trying Security: The 2005 PATRIOT Act Hearings
  • The President's Surveillance Program: The 2005 Domestic Surveillance Controversy
  • Eyes Everywhere: The National Applications Office Controversy (2007)
  • Debating Privacy Rights: The Scholarly Debate over the State of Privacy
  • Reassuring Consumers: The European Cloud Computing Controversy
  • National Insecurity: The Snowden Leaks (2013)
  • The Right to Hide: National Security vs. the Free Market
  • Brute Force: The Encryption Debate
  • The Advocates: Privacy Advocates
  • The Case for Bulk Data: PATRIOT Act Renewal (2015)
  • The Snowden Effect: The USA Freedom Act (2015)
  • The Writ to Refuse: The Apple, Inc. iPhone Controversy (2016)
  • The Debate Continues: Section 702 Renewal (2016-2018)
  • The Existence of Privacy: The Philosophy of Privacy
  • Permanent Imbalance: Public Opinion in the Right to Privacy Debate
  • Primary & Secondary Sources
  • Glossary
  • Historical Snapshots
  • Bibliography