Thursday, February 26, 2009

Security, Stasis As Equilibrium in Surveillance Policy

There are certain conceptual, legal and philosophical difficulties and goals of the relations between privacy, liberty and security. I believe there needs to be a "stasis" (in contrast to balance), an equilibrium in which only if there is clear and present danger that there can be a trade off of privacy for public security. Because governmental surveillance can range from decoding cryptography through concealed viruses, and surveil vast populations--whereby policy, operations can claim claim the cover of state secret privilege--it may be a fatal effect to our privacy protections.

R.S.Y. Kim. I would like to thank Dr. John I. Kleinig (CUNY Graduate Center and Australian National University )for his reading parts of the forthcoming manuscript.

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