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BRAVE NEW WORLD RELOADED: ADVOCATING FOR BASIC CONSTITUTIONAL SEARCH PROTECTIONS TO APPLY TO CELL PHONES FROM EAVESDROPPING AND TRACKING BY THE GOVERNMENT AND CORPORATE ENTITIES

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Date Issued:
2014
Abstract/Description:
Imagine a world where someone's personal information is constantly compromised, where federal government entities AKA Big Brother always knows what anyone is Googling, who an individual is texting, and their emoticons on Twitter. Government entities have been doing this for years; they never cared if they were breaking the law or their moral compass of human dignity. Every day the Federal government blatantly siphons data with programs from the original ECHELON to the new series like PRISM and Xkeyscore so they can keep their tabs on issues that are none of their business; namely, the personal lives of millions. Our allies are taking note; some are learning our bad habits, from Government Communications Headquarters' (GCHQ) mass shadowing sharing plan to America's Russian inspiration, SORM. Some countries are following the United States' poster child pose of a Brave New World like order of global events. Others like Germany are showing their resolve in their disdain for the rise of tyranny. Soon, these new found surveillance troubles will test the resolve of the American Constitution and its nation's strong love and tradition of liberty. Courts are currently at work to resolve how current concepts of liberty and privacy apply to the current conditions facing the privacy of society. It remains to be determined how liberty will be affected as well; liberty for the United States of America, for the European Union, the Russian Federation and for the people of the World in regards to the extent of privacy in today's blurred privacy expectations.
Title: BRAVE NEW WORLD RELOADED: ADVOCATING FOR BASIC CONSTITUTIONAL SEARCH PROTECTIONS TO APPLY TO CELL PHONES FROM EAVESDROPPING AND TRACKING BY THE GOVERNMENT AND CORPORATE ENTITIES.
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Name(s): Berrios-Ayala, Mark, Author
Milon, Abby, Committee Chair
University of Central Florida, Degree Grantor
Type of Resource: text
Date Issued: 2014
Publisher: University of Central Florida
Language(s): English
Abstract/Description: Imagine a world where someone's personal information is constantly compromised, where federal government entities AKA Big Brother always knows what anyone is Googling, who an individual is texting, and their emoticons on Twitter. Government entities have been doing this for years; they never cared if they were breaking the law or their moral compass of human dignity. Every day the Federal government blatantly siphons data with programs from the original ECHELON to the new series like PRISM and Xkeyscore so they can keep their tabs on issues that are none of their business; namely, the personal lives of millions. Our allies are taking note; some are learning our bad habits, from Government Communications Headquarters' (GCHQ) mass shadowing sharing plan to America's Russian inspiration, SORM. Some countries are following the United States' poster child pose of a Brave New World like order of global events. Others like Germany are showing their resolve in their disdain for the rise of tyranny. Soon, these new found surveillance troubles will test the resolve of the American Constitution and its nation's strong love and tradition of liberty. Courts are currently at work to resolve how current concepts of liberty and privacy apply to the current conditions facing the privacy of society. It remains to be determined how liberty will be affected as well; liberty for the United States of America, for the European Union, the Russian Federation and for the people of the World in regards to the extent of privacy in today's blurred privacy expectations.
Identifier: CFH0004537 (IID), ucf:45187 (fedora)
Note(s): 2014-05-01
B.S.
Health and Public Affairs, Dept. of Legal Studies
Bachelors
This record was generated from author submitted information.
Subject(s): IMSI
international mobile subscriber identifier
MAC address
media access control address
national security agency
NSA
CIA
central intelligence agency
FISA
foreign intellignece and surveillance act of 1978
FISC
foreign intelligence and surveillance court
echelon
september 11th 2001
electronic surveillance
American Civil Liberties Union
ACLU
Angle of Arrival
AOA
Edward Snowden
Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act
CALEA
Computer Fraud and Abuse Act
CFAA
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
DARPA
Department of Justice
DOJ
Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986
ECPA
Federal Bureau of Investigation
FBI
Government Communications Headquarters
GCHQ
Global Positioning System
GPS
International Mobile Subscriber Identity
Organizationally Unique Identifier
Planning Tool for Resource Integration
Synchronization
and Management
PRISM
System for Operational-Investigative Activities
SORM
Service Set Identifier
SSID
Time Difference of Arrival
TDOA
Total Information Awareness
TIA
Universally Administered Address
UAA
Xkeyscore
XKS
electronic surveillance
cell phone
smartphone
iphone
android
google
STELLARWIND
Al-Qaeda
PATRIOT Act
INDECT
EU
European Union
ADABTS
Automatic Detection of Abnormal Behaviour and Threats in crowded Spaces
DGSE
Realeyes
Brickstream
Utah Data Center
Twitter
Facebook
US
United States of America
UK
United Kingdom
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/ucf/fd/CFH0004537
Restrictions on Access: public
Host Institution: UCF

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