In the well written easy to understand book american surveillance gregory independent institute gives a historical look at fourth amendment jurisprudence as influenced by societal norms regarding intelligence gathering including surveillance and privacy expectations starting at the birth of the united states as a country through the . His thoughtful study both comprehensively surveys us foreign intelligence and domestic surveillance operations from the american revolution through the post 9 11 era and perceptively assesses conflicting conceptions of privacy and fourth amendment rights. When the topic of discussion is intelligence gathering privacy or fourth amendment protections against unreasonable search and seizure the result is usually more heat than light anthony gregory challenges such simplifications offering a nuanced history and analysis of these difficult issues. When the topic of discussion is intelligence gathering privacy or fourth amendment protections against unre or must personal privacy be defended at all costs from the encroachment of a surveillance state. The exception to the fourth amendment was formally recognized by the united states foreign intelligence surveillance court of review in its 2008 in re directives decision
How it works:
1. Register a Free 1 month Trial Account.
2. Download as many books as you like ( Personal use )
3. No Commitment. Cancel anytime.
4. Join Over 100.000 Happy Readers.
5. That's it. What you waiting for? Sign Up and Get Your Books.