Saturday, November 04, 2006

Group 1 references - Patriot Act

ACLU and Arab American groups file lawsuit over element of the USA Patriot Act. (2003, July 31). The Washington Post [Washington, D.C.], p. A02. Retrieved October 11, 2006, from Lexis-Nexis database. 

Button, G., Mason, D. & Sharrock, W. (2003). Disempowerment and resistance in the print industry? Reactions to surveillance-capable technology. New Technology, Work and Employment, 18, 50-61

Civil Rights Concerns in the Metropolitan Washington, D.C., Area in the Aftermath of the September 11, 2001 Tragedies. <http://www.usccr.gov/pubs/sac/dc0603/ch5.htm>.

Connecticut librarians see lack of oversight as biggest danger in antiterror law. (2005, September 3). New York Times [New York, NY], p. B5. Retrieved October 11, 2006, from Lexis-Nexis database. 

Diamond, J (2006, March, 1). Senate passes Patriot Act changes. USA Today, Retrieved October 11, 2006, from http://www.usatoday.com/news/washington/2006-03-01-patriot-act_x.htm

Dumm, T. (1996). Michael Foucault and the politics of freedom. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Eggen, D (2005, April, 5). Patriot Act Changes to be Proposed. Washington Post, Retrieved October 11, 2006, from http://www.washingtonpost.com/ac2/wp-dyn/A26235-2005Apr4?language

Foucault, M. (1979). Discipline and punish: The birth of the prison. New York: Vintage

Four librarians finally break silence in records case. (2006, May 31). New York Times [New York, NY], p.B3. Retrieved October 11, 2006, from Lexis-Nexis database. 
J.P. Morgan is facing heat of Patriot Act. (2004, March 9). Wall Street Journal [New York, NY], p. C1. Retrieved October 11, 2006, from Lexis-Nexis database. 
Judge strikes down section of Patriot Act allowing secret subpoenas of internet data. (2004, September 30). New York Times [New York, NY], p. A26. Retrieved October 11, 2006, from Lexis-Nexis database. 

Kollar, Justin F. "USA PATRIOT Act, the Fourth Amendment, and Paranoia: Can They Read This While I'M Typing?" Journal of High Technology Law 3 (2004): 67-93. <http://www.jhtl.org/publications/V3N1/Kollar-Note-PDF.pdf>.

Krueger, Brian. (2005). Government Surveillance and Political Participation on the Internet, Social Science Computer Review, 23(Winter 4), 439-452

Lawsuit filed in support of Muslim scholar barred from U.S. (2006, January 26). New York Times [New York, NY], p. A18. Retrieved October 11, 2006, from Lexis-Nexis database. 

Lessig, Lawrence. (1999). Code and other laws of cyberspace. New York: Basic Books.

Lyon, D. (2001). Surveillance after September 11. Sociological Research Online, 6, 1-27

Martins, Cristine S., and Sophia J. Martins. "The Impact of the USA Patriot Act on Records Management." The Information Managment Journal (2005).

Pikowsky, R. (2002). An overview of the law of electronic surveillance post September 11, 2001. Law Library Journal, 94, 601-620

Protect our freedom to read. (2003, July 6). Denver Post [Denver, CO], P. E01. Retrieved October 11, 2006, from Lexis-Nexis database. 

Shrader, K (2005, July, 14). House panel OK's changes in Patriot Act. The Boston Globe, Retrieved October 11, 2006, from http://www.boston.com/news/nation/articles/2005/07/14/house_panel_oks_changes_in_patriot_act/

Staples, W. (1997). The culture of surveillance: Discipline and social control in the United States. New York: Set. Martin’s.

"Surveillance Under the USA PATRIOT Act." American Civil Liberties Union. <http://www.aclu.org/>.
The crime of being a Muslim charity. (2006, March 12). The Washington Post [Washington, D.C.], p. B07. Retrieved October 11, 2006, from Lexis-Nexis database. 

The ‘library provision’ took center stage, but critics say subpoena-like national security letters, widely used by the FBI, deserve greater scrutiny. (2005, December 11). Los Angeles Times [Los Angeles, Calif.], p. A29. Retrieved October 11, 2006, from Lexis-Nexis database.

This internet footprint led to suspected killer: whether they know it or not, web users leave a trial of information with providers. (2002, June 16). St. Louis Post [St.Louis, Mo.], p.A1. Retrieved October 11, 2006, from Lexis-Nexis database.

Tullis, Matt. "Patriot Act Eroded Privacy for Terrorist- and Everyone." The Columbus Dispatch (2006). LexisNexis.

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