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Topic in Depth - Electronic Surveillance

Government groups and corporations have used electronic surveillance technologies for many years. Since September 11, 2001, the topic has drawn attention from people both supporting and opposing the development of more advanced and wide-reaching surveillance practices.
Wiretap / ECPA
An excellent source for government surveillance information comes from the Center for Democracy and Technology. The material includes an overview of...
Information Leakage from Optical... PDF
In this technical paper published in August 2002, researchers show that optical emanations from telecommunications devices can be monitored remotely. Light...
Secure Phones No Obstacle to...
A news story from May 16, 2003 highlights a US Government report stating that secure telephones can be wiretapped nearly as easily as standard phones. The...
Workplace Privacy - An Oxymoron PDF
Companies often monitor employee computer and email activity. A law professor from Bentley College writes about workplace privacy in an essay from 2003. Citing...
Feds Look to Expand Electronic...
An article by Kyle Stock from PC World reports that the U.S. Government is seeking to increase its surveillance of email and Web usage. The proposal is...



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