Security and Privacy: Global Standards for Ethical Identity Management
by John Kleinig, et al.
Publisher: ANU E Press 2011
Number of pages: 304
This study is principally concerned with the ethical dimensions of identity management technology -- electronic surveillance, the mining of personal data, and profiling -- in the context of transnational crime and global terrorism. The ethical challenge at the heart of this study is to establish an acceptable and sustainable equilibrium between two central moral values in contemporary liberal democracies, namely, security and privacy.
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