5 edition of Law of electronic surveillance in Canada found in the catalog.
Law of electronic surveillance in Canada
|Other titles||Electronic surveillance.|
|Series||Carswell"s criminal law series|
|LC Classifications||KE9328 .W38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxix, 402 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||402|
|LC Control Number||80481951|
Surveillance is often ubiquitous—and because it may encompass public spaces it is unknown to the casual observer. In George Orwell’s , the citizens could at . The reasonable expectation of privacy is an element of privacy law that determines in which places and in which activities a person has a legal right to privacy. Sometimes referred to as the "right to be left alone," a person's reasonable expectation of privacy means that someone who unreasonably and seriously compromises another's interest in keeping her affairs from .
Recent legal reforms have attempted to limit the risks to freedom of association and expression associated with electronic surveillance. This book looks at the background to recent reforms and explains how courts and the legislature are attempting to effect a balance between security and personal liberty within a social contract. Wiretapping and other electronic surveillance: law and procedure / Robert W. Hubbard, Peter M. Brauti, Scott K. Fenton. imprint Toronto: Canada Law Book,
Transparent Lives: Surveillance in Canada. as in those used throughout this book, surveillance. camera surveillance, electronic de vices in passports—that would. BIG DATA LAW IN CANADA reviews the myriad of laws applicable to data-driven enterprises. The full book is accessible here. This chapter is relevant to our service offering in: “Government Surveillance and Charter Issues”.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Spine title: Electronic surveillance. Includes index. Description: xxxix, pages ; 24 cm. The University of Ottawa Press gratefully acknowledges the support extended to its publishing list by Canadian Heritage through the Canada Book Fund, by theFile Size: 4MB.
Canada, like many other countries, has become a “surveillance society,” says Wesley Wark, a visiting professor in the University of Ottawa’s Graduate School of Public and International Affairs and a long-time scholar of Canadian intelligence agencies. And yet we have only tentatively wrestled with what that means.
Law of electronic surveillance in Canada / David Watt. KF W38 SUPP. Wiretape: course materials prepared for a Continuing Legal Education seminar to be held in Vancouver, B.C., May / course leader, Allan M.
Stewart ; panelists, S. David Frankel. Homeowners who install video surveillance cameras that view the sidewalk and street surrounding their residence should be aware of by-laws that restrict where those cameras can Law of electronic surveillance in Canada book pointed.
The Hamilton Spectator recently reported that its city council has decided to keep its by-law that prohibits Hamilton homeowners from pointing security cameras at the street. Law of electronic surveillance in Canada (Carswell's criminal law series) [Watt, David] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Law of electronic surveillance in Canada (Carswell's criminal law series)Author: David Watt. The Edward Snowden revelation that the Communications Security Establishment (CSE), without a warrant, used free airport Wi-Fi service to gather the communications of all travellers using the service and to track them after they had left the airport sparked an ongoing concern about mass surveillance in Canada.
The number of Canadians affected by this surveillance is unknown. The Law of Electronic Surveillance provides objective analysis of issues related to the government's gathering of evidence through electronic devices. Providing more than 2, case citations, it covers major developments and important cases.
Key topics include. A Brief History of Surveillance in America With wiretapping in the headlines and smart speakers in millions of homes, historian Brian Hochman takes us back to the early days of eavesdropping. Law enforcement in the U.S. and Canada both stress that the devices are used only for the most serious of criminal investigations.
However, research conducted by University of Maryland journalism students recently uncovered an example where police in Annapolis had used one to try to determine the location of a man suspected of stealing 15 Author: Shannon Kari.
Moreover, Canada’s legal framework is often hidden behind ministerial authorizations that are not public, judicial decisions that are secret or heavily redacted, and government legal opinions that are privileged and confidential.
The second theme points to serious cracks in the Canadian surveillance law framework. On this public site, books and documents are presented only as previews. To gain access to complete books and documents, visit desLibris through the discovery portal of a member library, or take out an individual membership.
Click on “More details” to. The use of electronic or electric methods to keep watch over persons or organizations, termed “physical surveillance”, has obvious advantages for law enforcement.
It is a means to prevent detection so as to be able to observe suspected individuals in normal, uninhibited states to gather possibly useful datum. Surveillance is the monitoring of behavior, activities, or information for the purpose of influencing, managing or directing.
This can include observation from a distance by means of electronic equipment, such as closed-circuit television (CCTV), or interception of electronically transmitted information, such as Internet can also include simple technical methods, such as.
Get this from a library. Law, privacy, and surveillance in Canada in the post-Snowden era. [Michael Geist; Andrew Howard Clement;] -- Years of surveillance-related leaks from US whistleblower Edward Snowden have fuelled an international debate over privacy, spying, and Internet surveillance.
Much of the focus has centered on the. Law, privacy, and surveillance in Canada in the post-Snowden era / edited by Michael Geist. (Law, technology and media) Includes bibliographical references. Issued in print and electronic formats.
ISBN (paperback). ISBN Cited by: 3. Surveillance is the covert observation of people, places and vehicles, which law enforcement agencies and private detectives use to investigate allegations of illegal behavior.
These techniques range from physical observation to the electronic monitoring of conversations. Surveillance also carries major risks, however.
non-consensual, domestic surveillance of wire oral, and electronic communications for law enforcement purposes. The ESU does not handle state wiretaps or requests to conduct domestic national security electronic surveillance pursuant to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of (50 U.S.C.
§§et seq.)(FISA). Invasion of privacy: Police and electronic surveillance in Canada (Carswell's criminal law series) [Cohen, Stanley A] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Invasion of privacy: Police and electronic surveillance in Canada (Carswell's criminal law series)Author: Stanley A Cohen.
Contents: 1. A balancing of interests 2. Video surveillance outside the workplace 3. Electronic surveillance at the workplace 4. Practice points for employers wanting to use surveillance 5. Discipline for misuse of technology 6. The current state of privacy legislation and its impact on the employer-employee relationship in Ontario 7.
Enforceable search policies 8. Laura Poitras's documentary Citizenfour highlights the legal loopholes in international law that allow for electronic surveillance. Aug Paul Meyer on a new report by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights about electronic surveillance.
An interview with the former head of the Communications Security Establishment Canada.In the coming months, our Web site  will spotlight some of Canada Law Book's recent publications.
In this inaugural author's interview, we spoke with Scott Fenton, one of the author's of Wiretapping and Other Electronic Surveillance: Law and Procedure.Law of electronic surveillance in Canada / David Watt Carswell Toronto Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.