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Cayford, M.R. (author)
Surveillance of communications data is a contentious topic, typically centering on privacy vs. security questions. Central to this debate, but often overlooked, is the question of the effectiveness of the surveillance technology. This dissertation focuses on intelligence agencies in the U.S. and the U.K. and the evaluation of the effectiveness...
doctoral thesis 2020
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Cayford, M.R. (author), Pieters, W. (author)
The evaluation of the effectiveness of surveillance technology in intelligence agencies and oversight bodies is notably lacking. Assessments of surveillance technology concerning legal compliance, cost, and matters of privacy occupy a solid place, but effectiveness is rarely considered. Bureaucracy may explain this absence. Applying James Q....
journal article 2020
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Cayford, M.R. (author), Pieters, W. (author)
In recent years, Western governments have come under sharp criticism for their use of surveillance technology. They have been accused of sweeping up massive amounts of information without evidence of the technologies being effective in improving security. The view of critics is clear, but what do intelligence officials themselves say? This...
journal article 2018
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Cayford, M.R. (author), Pieters, W. (author), Hijzen, Constant (author)
Intelligence agencies routinely use surveillance technology to perform surveillance on digital data. This practice raises many questions that feed a societal debate, including whether the surveillance technology is effective in achieving the given security goal, whether it is cost-efficient, and whether it is proportionate. Oversight bodies...
journal article 2018
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Van Gulijk, C. (author), Sillem, S. (author), Cayford, M.R. (author)
report 2014
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