This book explores this unprecedented threat to privacy from three distinct but overlapping perspectives: the technical, the legal, and the social. The book first describes cellular technology and cellular surveillance. It then examines current legislation and Supreme Court jurisprudence that form the framework for discussions about rights in the context of cellular surveillance. Lastly, it addresses the social impact of surveillance on individual users.A direct comparison of compu- tational capability with the DynaTAC is difficult, as the DynaTAC used discrete ... it is virtually impossible to compare the cost of an iPhone service plan to that of the DynaTAC, I will simply note that the cost oftheanbsp;...
|Title||:||Cellular Convergence and the Death of Privacy|
|Author||:||Stephen B. Wicker|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press - 2013-11|