CRIM 460: Surveillance and Privacy in Contemporary Society
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Philosophical perspectives, historical context, technological developments, and institutional changes that surround controversies about privacy and surveillance in contemporary society. Explores public and private institutions conducting surveillance, how they calculate and manage risk, and legal constraints on surveillance activities. May not be repeated for credit.
2 Sections Currently Scheduled for Fall 2017
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