Infringement on Privacy: In General
From Robots Bibliography
Works in a Collection
- Calo, Ryan. "Robots and Privacy." Robot Ethics: The Ethical and Social Implications of Robotics. Eds. Lin, Patrick, Keith Abney, and George A. Bekey. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2010. Print.
- Borowski, Samuel Mark. "Balancing Privacy with National Security, Is Artificial Intelligence the Key to Warrantless Wiretaps?" SciTech Lawyer 6 (2010): 18-20. Print.
- Calo, Ryan. "The Drone as Privacy Catalyst." Stanford Law Review Online (2011): 29-33. Web. 25 Feb. 2012.
- Calo, Ryan. "Peeping Hals." Artificial Intelligence 175 (2011): 940-41. Print.
- Covey, Russell D. "Pervasive Surveillance and the Future of the Fourth Amendment." Mississippi Law Journal 80 (2011): 1289-318. Print.
- Dery, George. "Cyborg Moth’s War on Terror: The Fourth Amendment Implications of One of the Federal Government’s Emerging Surveillance Technologies." SMU Science and Technology Law Review 11 (2008): 227-51. Print.
- Ford, Richard T. "Save the Robots: Cyber Profiling and Your So-Called Life." Stanford Law Review 52 (2000): 1573-84. Print.
- Galbraith, Christine D. "Access Denied: Improper Use of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act to Control Information on Publicly Accessible Internet Websites." Maryland Law Review 63 (2004): 320-68. Print.
- Goldman, David. "I Always Feel Like Someone Is Watching Me: A Technological Solution for Online Privacy." Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal 28 (2006): 353-407. Print.
- Kerr, Ian. "Buddybots: How Turing's Fast-Friends Are under-Mining Consumer Privacy." Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments 14 (2005): 647-55. Print.
- Kerr, Ian. "Bots, Babes and the Californication of Commerce." "University of Ottawa Law and Technology Journal" 1 (2003-2004) 285-324. Print.
- Sanfeliu, Alberto, et al. "Influence of the Privacy Issue in the Deployment and Design of Networking Robots in European Urban Areas." Advanced Robotics 24.13 (2010): 1873-99. Print.
- Short, Jonathan M.H. "An Economic Analysis of the Law Surrounding Data Aggregation in Cyberspace." Maine Law Review 56 (2003): 61-100. Print.
- Siebecker, Michael R. "Cookies and the Common Law: Are Internet Advertisers Trespassing on Our Computers?" Southern California Law Review 76 (2003): 893-952. Print.
- Tokson, Matthew. "Automation and the Fourth Amendment." Iowa Law Review 96 (2011): 581-647. Print.
- Vacek, Joseph J. "Big Brother Will Soon Be Watching - or Will He? Constitutional, Regulatory, and Operational Issues Surrounding the Use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Law Enforcement." North Dakota Law Review 85 (2009): 673-92. Print.
- Warner, Richard. "Border Disputes: Trespass to Chattels on the Internet." Villanova Law Review 47 (2002): 117-59. Print.
- Chopra, Samir, and Laurence White. “Privacy and Artificial Agents, or, Is Google Reading My Email?” Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence. AAAI Press/International Joint Conferences on Artificial Intelligence, 2007. Print.
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