Cellular Convergence and the Death of Privacy

Cellular Convergence and the Death of Privacy

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Cellular technology has always been a surveillance technology, but qcellular convergenceq - the growing trend for all forms of communication to consolidate onto the cellular handset - has dramatically increased the impact of that surveillance. In Cellular Convergence and the Death of Privacy, Stephen Wicker explores this unprecedented threat to privacy from three distinct but overlapping perspectives: the technical, the legal, and the social. Professor Wicker first describes cellular technology and cellular surveillance using language accessible to non-specialists. He then examines current legislation and Supreme Court jurisprudence that form the framework for discussions about rights in the context of cellular surveillance. Lastly, he addresses the social impact of surveillance on individual users. The story he tells is one of a technology that is changing the face of politics and economics, but in ways that remain highly uncertain.... the ACLU) Verizon T-Mobile ATaamp;T/ Cingular Sprint Nextel Virgin Mobile1 Cell towers used by phone One rolling year ... A request for prospective data is a request that the service provider provide a continu- ous update of the cell sites withanbsp;...

Title:Cellular Convergence and the Death of Privacy
Author:Stephen B. Wicker
Publisher:Oxford University Press - 2013-08-20


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