1 edition of Software Agents, Surveillance, and the Right to Privacy found in the catalog.
In our modern society we rely on information and communication technology for the spee, efficiency and security of many of our daily transactions and interactions. The use of these technologies almost always entails the keeping of electronic records. Thes.
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|LC Classifications||QA76.76.I58 S34 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|Pagination||1 online resource (265 p.)|
|Number of Pages||265|
|ISBN 10||9048502128, 1281191280|
|ISBN 10||9789048502127, 9781281191281|
Employee privacy rights include an employee’s activities at work and personal information, but company policy will often dictate those rights. Technology lets employers keep tabs on many aspects of employee workplace activity. Congress should end massive phone records spying. Two catalogs of surveillance software, raise serious rights concerns. If agents can use advanced techniques to fuse and mine different.
Surveillance has raised a lot of concerns in privacy issues in the advancing technology. The electronic devices used include the closed circuit TV, the VCR, the telephone bugging, electronic databases, and the proximity cards. Surveillance has presented numerous challenges to the right to privacy. Some software will even enable voice calls to be intercepted and listened to by the spying spouse. Not only does a common-law right to privacy exist under Texas law, but also the Texas.
Beyond simple video surveillance in the workplace, employers can install monitoring software on company computers, and GPS fleet-tracking tech can be installed on company : Andreas Rivera. The right to privacy is not mentioned in the Constitution, but the Supreme Court has said that several of the amendments create this right. One of the amendments is the Fourth Amendment, which stops the police and other government agents from searching us or our property without "probable cause" to believe that we have committed a crime.
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Software agents, surveillance, and the right to privacy: a legislative framework for agent-enabled surveillance. Software agents, surveillance, and the right to privacy: a legislative framework for agent-enabled surveillance Leiden Repository.
In this thesis the use of software agents for Surveillance purposes is examined. The goal of the thesis is to determine wether the legal framework for the protection of privacy and liberty in both the Netherlands and Software Agents United States is still adequate in the light of agent-enabled by: Software agents are intelligent programs able to perform tasks without human supervision.
In this thesis the use of agents for surveillance purposes is examined. The goal of the thesis is to determine whether the legal framework for the protection of privacy and liberty in the Netherlands and the United States is still adequate in the light of Cited by: Software agents, surveillance, and the right to privacy: a legislative framework for agent-enabled surveillance.
[Bart Willem Schermer] -- In our modern society we rely on information and communication technology for the spee, efficiency and security of many of our daily transactions and interactions. Schermer BW () Software agents, surveillance, and the right to privacy: a legislative framework for agent-enabled surveillance.
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Only 6 left in stock (more on the way). As an alternative, the Kindle eBook is available now and can be read on any device with the free Kindle by: Surveillance happens to all of us, everyday, as we walk beneath street cameras, swipe cards, surf the net.
Agencies are using increasingly sophisticated computer systems - especially searchable databases - to keep tabs on us at home, work and play. Once the word surveillance was reserved for police activities and intelligence gathering, now it is an unavoidable feature of everyday life. and privacy, but also for law enforcement to use methods of surveillance the deep web.
Theoretical Framework Based on previous research, it has been documented in Santa Clara Journal ofAuthor: Summer Lightfoot. electronic surveillance.
Eavesdropping includes all form of surreptitious fact finding which may intrude on individual privacy.8 This comment will analyze current restrictions on electronic surveillance under statute and case law, define the right which is to be protected, and explore new approaches to this area.
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in relation to personal privacy as they pertain to online surveillance by government agencies, but also to the immense amount of big data and personal information we voluntarily "give away" through Facebook, cell phone logs, etc.
To defend its citizens from harm, must the government have unfettered access to all information. Or, must personal privacy be defended at all costs from the encroachment of a surveillance state. Anthony Gregory offers a nuanced history and analysis of these difficult issues by highlighting the complexity of the relationship between the gathering of intelligence for national.
Despite negative trends in the digital age, the right to privacy is still championed as an ideal by most of us.
Multinational collaboration to protect digital rights is on the rise. Nations are bonding together to establish privacy-by-design controls that will protect data according to commonly agreed fundamentals. Jim Harper of the Cato Institutesays the problem with surveillance cameras and technology is they have a spotty record of preventing crime.
Instead, he says they are an invasion of privacy. The Carpenter decision could have sweeping effects on privacy rights in our data-driven age.
The case also raises the question of whether and how the. The Internet and the Web • Most people don’t worry about email privacy on the Web due to illusion of anonymity • Each e-mail you send results in at least 3 or 4 copies being stored on different computers.
• Web sites often load files on your computer called cookies to record times and pages visited and other personal information • Spyware - software that tracks your online movements. Cullompton, UK: Willan Publishing.
ISBN Laidler, Keith. Surveillance Unlimited: How We've Become the Most Watched People on Earth. Cambridge, AU: Icon Books Ltd. ISBN Staples, William G. Everyday Surveillance: Vigilance and Visibility in Post-Modern Life.
Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. Software agents which interact with people (such as chatbots) have features which make this possible, such as natural language processing. More advanced agents: Intelligent agents can use artificial intelligence. Autonomous agents change the way they do things to achieve the same objectives.
The effort freed up serves for a higher degree of engagement in the substantial tasks of individual work. Hence, software agents may provide the basics to implement self-controlled work, relieved from hierarchical controls and interference. Such conditions may be secured by application of software agents for required formal support.
FRT combines video surveillance cameras with special software in order to automatically scan crowds for wanted individuals. The video cameras capture images of people's faces, which are automatically compared against a database of wanted individuals, and the. The book recounts Snowden's fears that the United States is following in the footsteps of China's surveillance of its citizenry, his discovery that these Author: Scott Shackford.
The cities of Baltimore, New York and Chicago continue to demonstrate the effectiveness of city-owned video camera networks as they relate to crime reduction, effective law enforcement, and increased officer safety.
It is worth noting, however, that publicly-owned video camera networks are by and large unregulated. Amidst the positive results, however, an important question has surfaced: when.