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 LAW & PRIVACY RELATED BOOKS FOR GEOINT

THE FUTURE OF FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE: PRIVACY AND SURVEILLANCE IN A DIGITAL AGE by Laura K. Donohue

Since the Revolutionary War, America's military and political leaders have recognized that U.S. national security depends upon the collection of intelligence. Absent information about foreign threats, the thinking went, the country and its citizens stood in great peril. To address this, the Courts and Congress have historically given the President broad leeway to obtain foreign intelligence. But in order to find information about an individual in the United States, the executive branch had to demonstrate that the person was an agent of a foreign power. Today, that barrier no longer exists.

THE FUTURE OF FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE: PRIVACY AND SURVEILLANCE IN A DIGITAL AGE


LEGAL ASPECTS OF SATELLITE REMOTE SENSING by Atsuyo Ito

The research undertaken for this book provides, for the first time in one place, an examination of the existing regime and highlights shortcomings with regard to liability, data policy and data integrity before proposing improvements needed for the full beneficial exploitation of remotely sensed data, particularly in support of disaster management and the protection of the environment.

LEGAL ASPECTS OF SATELLITE REMOTE SENSING


DRONES AND UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEMS by Ales Zavrsnik

This book tackles the regulatory issues of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) or Remotely-Piloted Aerial Systems (RPAS), which have profound consequences for privacy, security and other fundamental liberties.

DRONES AND UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEMS


THE LAWS OF ROBOTS: CRIMES, CONTRACTS, AND TORTS by Ugo Pagallo

This book explores how the design, construction, and use of robotics technology may affect today's legal systems and, more particularly, matters of responsibility and agency in criminal law, contractual obligations, and torts.

THE LAWS OF ROBOTS: CRIMES, CONTRACTS, AND TORTS


AGE OF CONTEXT: MOBILE, SENSORS, DATA AND THE FUTURE OF PRIVACY by Robert Scoble and Shel Israel

You know these other forces already: mobile, data, sensors and location-based technology. Combined with social media they form a new generation of personalized technology that knows us better than our closest friends. Armed with that knowledge our personal devices can anticipate what we'll need next and serve us better than a butler or an executive assistant. The resulting convergent superforce is so powerful that it is ushering in a era the authors call the Age of Context.

AGE OF CONTEXT: MOBILE, SENSORS, DATA AND THE FUTURE OF PRIVACY


HANDBOOK OF SURVEILLANCE TECHNOLOGIES: HISTORY & APPLICATIONS by J. K. Pertersen

The book provides a helpful view on the range of surveillance technologies and their technical aspects.

HANDBOOK OF SURVEILLANCE TECHNOLOGIES: HISTORY & APPLICATIONS


PRIVACY FOR LOCATION-BASED SERVICES by Gabriel Ghinita

The emergence of location-based social networks, or geo-social networks (GSN), allows users to share their whereabouts with friends, to find nearby contacts, and to provide/search for recommendations about points of interest that are close to their current geographical coordinates.

PRIVACY FOR LOCATION-BASED SERVICES