Law, privacy, and surveillance in Canada in the post-Snowden era / edited by Michael Geist.
by Geist, Michael.Material type: BookSeries: Law, technology and media: Publisher: [Ottawa, Ont.] : University of Ottawa Press, c2015Description: vii, 288 p. : ill., maps, tables ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780776622071 .Subject(s): Electronic surveillance -- Law and legislation -- Canada | Privacy, Right of -- CanadaDDC classification: 345.71 L415
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v. 45 no. 1 (Spring 2016) Selected Accessions List -- Public Safety
Includes bibliographical references.
Canadian internet "boomerang" traffic and mass NSA surveillance : responding to privacy and network sovereignty challenges / Andrew Clement and Jonathan A. Obar -- Forgotten surveillance : covert human intelligence sources in Canada in a post-9/11 world / Steve Hewitt -- Foreign intelligence in an inter-networked world : time for a re-evaluation / Tamir Israel -- Lawful illegality : what Snowden has taught us about the legal infrastructure of the surveillance state / Lisa M. Austin -- Law, logarithms, and liberties : legal issues arising from CSE's metadata collection initiatives / Craig Forcese -- Permanent accountability gaps and partial remedies / Kent Roach -- The failure of official accountability and the rise of guerrilla accountability / Reg Whitaker -- Why watching the watchers isn't enough : Canadian surveillance law in the post-Snowden era / Michael Geist -- "Stuck on the agenda" : drawing lessons from the stagnation of "lawful access" legislation in Canada / Christopher Parsons.