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INTERNATIONAL DATA FLOWS: A SCHREMS II ASSESSMENT OF ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE LAWS IN AUSTRALIA.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Melbourne University Law Review. 2022, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p1093-1139. 47p.

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Abstract: The Court of Justice of the European Union in Data Protection Commissioner v Facebook Ireland Ltd acknowledged that European Union law on transfers of personal data from the European Economic Area to a third country is not deferential to that third cou...

Electronic supervision as a form of imprisonment

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Probacja, Vol 3, Pp 103-130 (2022)

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Abstract: The article deals with electronic surveillance as one of the forms of imprisonment. The author's intention was to present this institution as serving the realization of statutory goals of imprisonment. In this way, the hypothesis that this supervision ...

China's Hukou Platform: Windows into the Family.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Surveillance & Society. 2019, Vol. 17 Issue 1/2, p232-239. 8p.

Abstract: When news media in the UK and US discuss China's surveillance networks, it is often to imply that the Chinese government is creating a "techno-authoritarian state" to track and monitor its citizens. News outlets, however, are missing a larger point. Th...

Behind the Curve: Schrems II and the Need for Increased U.S. Data Protections in a Global Economy.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Journal of Corporation Law. 2021, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p197-214. 18p.

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Abstract: The article reports on the proposed legal framework for data transfers between the European Union (EU) and the U.S. It argues that participants of the new framework must be exempted from surveillance under Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Survei...

E-Fears, E-Risks and Citizen-Intelligence: The Impacts of Surveillance on Resistance and Research.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Surveillance & Society. 2016, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p277-285. 9p.

Abstract: The article presents a study on how the perception of online surveillance impacts citizen organizing and the research process. Topics discussed include inability of researchers to guarantee confidentiality and identity protections to research participa...

Secrecy and surveillance: lessons from the law of IMSI catchers.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): International Review of Law, Computers & Technology. Nov2019, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p349-371. 23p.

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Abstract: Recent years have seen a new and welcome transparency as to the legal framework governing many of the state's surveillance activities in the United Kingdom. The decline of secrecy as to law, however, is only one side of the coin. There remains a signif...

CRIMINAL LIABILITY RELATED TO THE SYSTEM OF ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE AND CIRCUMSTANCES IN WHICH SENTENCED PERSON AVOIDS PERFORMING DUTIES ORDERED BY THE COURT

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Probacja, Vol 3, Pp 29-70 (2021)

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Abstract: The crucial aim of this article is to indicate grounds of legal liability connected with situations in which person sentenced to penalty, punitive measure or safeguard measure, within the system of electronic surveillance, violates certain duties. Cons...

Electronic Surveillance in Court Proceedings and in the Execution of Criminal Penalties: Legislative and Logistical Steps Regarding Operationalising the Electronic Monitoring Information System (EMIS) in Romania

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Laws, Vol 11, Iss 54, p 54 (2022)

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Abstract: The latest innovations in the field of electronics and telecommunications have revolutionised and brought new dimensions to human activities. As well as in other sectors, we observe that a wide range of electronic means have also shown their utility in...

REFORMING SURVEILLANCE LAW: THE SWISS MODEL.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Berkeley Technology Law Journal. Fall2013, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p1261-1332. 72p.

Abstract: As implemented over the past twenty-seven years, the Electronic Communications Privacy Act ("ECPA"), which regulates electronic surveillance by law enforcement agents, has become incomplete, confusing, and ineffective. In contrast, a new Swiss law, Cri...

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