Camera Power

Proof, Policing, Privacy, and Audiovisual Big Data

This is the first book on the policy questions raised by two revolutions in recording the police - copwatching and police-worn body cameras. Les mer
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This is the first book on the policy questions raised by two revolutions in recording the police - copwatching and police-worn body cameras.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction: dual revolutions in recording the police; Part I. Toutveillance Power and Police Control: 1. Policing in the camera cultural revolution; 2. Copwatching and the right to record; 3. Democratizing proof, taking the case to the people; Part II. Audiovisual Big Data's Great Potential and Perils: 4. Audiovisual big data analytics and harm prevention; 5. Partisan perceptions: how audiovisual evidence and big data can mislead; 6. Privacy and public disclosure; Part III. Frameworks for Moving Forward: 7. Controlled access, privacy protection planning, and data retention; 8. Non-recording and officer monitoring and discipline dilemmas; Conclusion. Beyond technological silver bullets.

Om forfatteren

Mary D. Fan is the Henry M. Jackson Professor of Law at the University of Washington. She is a former federal prosecutor and she served as an associate legal officer at a UN tribunal. Professor Fan was elected to the American Law Institute (ALI) in 2012 and is an Advisor to the ALI's Model Penal Code: Sexual Assault and Related Crimes Project.