The politics of privacy, computers, and criminal justice records: controlling the social costs of technological change
This book examines the social costs incurred by the use of computerized information recordkeeping systems in criminal justice agencies. Also addressed is the interaction between technology and politics in other relevant areas of policymaking.
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Technology Assessment and Control
The Political Economy of Social Costs
Social Costs and the Poliucs of Public Policy Formation
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