that make collecting and sharing information easier than ever. Government use of this technology has proved controversial, however, because it raises important questions about civil liberties and individual privacy rights. Tracking and surveillance technology facilitates unprecedented levels of data collection about individuals, but often without their knowledge or consent. Consequently, how, or if, government can use these new technologies responsibly has become a major issue. This book offers an overview of government surveillance with new technology and selects five specific issues
Border searches of electronic devices
that present complex challenges to civil liberty advocates and government officials alike.
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