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Surveillance, dataveillance, and personal freedoms : use and abuse of information technology / a symposium edited by the staff of Columbia human rights law review ; foreword by Nat Hentoff.

[Rev. and augm. text].. Fair Lawn, N.J. : R.E. Burdick, [1973] .
ISBN 091363803X, 9780913638033

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Other Title Columbia human rights law review.
Subjects Droit à la vie privée.
Electronic data processing.
Information technology.
Intelligence service.
Privacy, Right of.
Service des renseignements.
Description 247 pages ; 24 cm
Copyright Date [1973]
Notes "Original text published as pages 1-235 of the Columbia human rights law review, volume 4, number 1."
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Computers, data banks and individual privacy: an overview / Arthur R. Miller -- The First Amendment: a living thought in the computer age / Sam J. Ervin, Jr. -- Crime data centers: the use of computers in crime detection and prevention / Nicholas deB. Katzenbach and Richard W. Tomc -- Surveillance: the social science perspective / Frank Askin -- Record privacy as a marginal problem: the limits of consciousness and concern / Michael A. Baker -- Police surveillance of political dissidents / Donald R. Davis -- Police use of remote camera systems for surveillance of public streets / Robert R. Belair and Charles D. Bock -- Commercial information brokers / John P. Flannery.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)701717
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