Cybersurveillance in a Post-Snowden World

Balancing the Fight Against Terrorism Against Fundamental Rights

The Global Papers Series, Volume VI

Edited by: Russell L. Weaver, Steven I. Friedland, Arnaud Raynouard, Duncan Fairgrieve

Tags: Comparative Law, Computer/Cybercrime, Government/National Security Law, International Law, The Global Papers Series

138 pp $29.00

ISBN 978-1-5310-0597-9
eISBN 978-1-5310-0598-6

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With Edward Snowden's disclosure of the National Security Agency's cybersurveillance program, the American people learned that the U.S. government was engaged in a massive cybersurveillance program. This book, which includes authors from several continents, explores how different nations respond to the cybersurveillance problem. In some nations, there is greater concern regarding the actions of private businesses. In other nations, there are greater concerns regarding governmental cybersurveillance. The contributions set forth in this book explore national responses to these issues.

The Global Papers Series involves publications of papers by nationally and internationally prominent legal scholars on a variety of important legal topics, including administrative law, freedom of expression, defamation and criminal law.  The books in this series present the work of scholars from different nations who bring diverse perspectives to the issues under discussion.