Mass Surveillance and State Control: The Total Information Awareness Project

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Springer, Oct 25, 2010 - Political Science - 252 pages
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This book details the factors contributing to the degenerative trend of mass, warrantless government surveillance which imperils civil liberties, and specifies recommendations for constructive change. It also provides a platform for grassroots efforts to stop the decline before it is too late.
 

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Contents

Introduction Warrantless Mass Surveillance
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Complicityof theCorporate Media
The Tenuous FutureofNet Neutrality
TheWaronTerror 10 Obamas War onTerrorNot Change We Can Believe
The American Death Squads
Beyond
Reality and the Politics of Power
An Ethics of Belief for a Free America
Change We Can Believe
Notes
Index
Copyright

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ELLIOT D. COHEN is Professor and Chair of the Department of Humanities at Indian River State College, USA and Adjunct Professor of Clinical Ethics in the College of Medicine at Florida State University, USA.

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