Unwarranted : policing without permission / Barry Friedman
Book | Farrar, Straus and Giroux | 2017 | First edition

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Edition
First edition
Description
xiv, 434 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references (pages [329]-412) and index.
Contents
Introduction: the problems of policing -- Part I: Democratic policing -- Policing in secret -- Legislatures that won't legislate -- Courts that can't judge -- Fostering democratic policing -- Part II: Constitutional policing -- Searches without warrant -- Searches without probable cause -- General searches -- Discriminatory searches -- Part III: Twenty-first-century policing -- Surveillance technology -- Third-party information and the cloud -- Government databases -- Counterterrorism and national security -- Conclusion: the challenges of democratic policing.
Summary
Offers an account of the erosion of personal privacy rights in the United States, arguing that a mass surveillance of all society backed by an increasinghly militarized police force will cause an unprecedented breach of civil liberties.
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ISBN
9780374280451 (hardback)
0374280452 (hardback)
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