6 edition of Rethinking the Patriot Act found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 133-153) and index
|Statement||Stephen J. Schulhofer|
|LC Classifications||KF4850.A322001 S38 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 163 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||163|
|LC Control Number||2005009925|
It: Violates the Fourth Amendment, which says the government cannot conduct a search without obtaining a warrant and showing probable cause to believe that the person has committed or will commit a crime. It Rethinking the Patriot Act book the government's ability to search private property without notice to the owner. That undercuts an important check and balance on this power: the ability of individuals to challenge illegitimate searches. A superb contribution to further students' and teachers' understanding of a long-neglected chapter in U. A very readable set of interviews with the late Edward Said on topics of Palestine, Israel, terrorism, and the war in Iraq. Australian journalist and filmmaker tells the history of the Palestinian people and their struggle for justice through a riveting set of stories and film footage that include interviews with the families of suicide bombers and their victims.
Ensure that every staff member and volunteer fully understands the policy and procedures as well as what to do if approached by a law enforcement officer with a records request. Find out whether a state statute exists that protects the confidentiality of library records in your state. An investigation is rarely, if ever, based ""solely"" on any one factor; investigations based in large part, but not solely, on constitutionally protected speech or association are implicitly allowed. The colorful illustrations and realistic dialogue are useful conversation starters about friends, families, and people who differ from the norm.
The senator's attempt to attach them to renewal of the Patriot Rethinking the Patriot Act book has diverted attention from more pressing matters, such as whether this sprawling piece of legislation has been effective and whether it infringes on Americans' liberties. This means that the government can enter a house, apartment or office with a search warrant when the occupants are away, search through their property, take photographs, and in some cases even seize property - and not tell them until later. The PATRIOT Act enhances and strengthens the powers of law enforcement and intelligence agencies to investigate criminal acts, especially domestic acts of terror. Expansion of the intelligence exception in wiretap law Under the Patriot Act, the FBI can secretly conduct a physical search or wiretap on American citizens to obtain evidence of crime without proving probable cause, as the Fourth Amendment explicitly requires. Making matters worse: The government no longer has to show evidence that the subjects of search orders are an "agent of a foreign power," a requirement that previously protected Americans against abuse of this authority. Making public one of its opinions for the first time in history, the court revealed that it had rejected an attempt by the Bush Administration to allow criminal prosecutors to use intelligence warrants to evade the Fourth Amendment entirely.
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Comey used misleading and inaccurate statements in defense of the Patriot Act provisions that are set to expire December The material witness statute Rethinking the Patriot Act book used prior to the Patriot Act and authorizes the federal government to arrest a witness if the government demonstrates in an affidavit to a federal district court that the witness has testimony that is material to a criminal proceeding and ""it is shown that it may become impracticable to secure the presence of the person by subpoena.
Myth: The Patriot Act is ""mostly taking what we can do to track drug dealers and thugs and give those tools to people tracking spies and terrorists.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of as Amendedcommonly known as FERPA or the Buckley Amendment, affords students the right to inspect and review their educational records, the right to seek to have their records amended, and, significantly in terms of the PATRIOT Act, the right to have some control over the disclosure of information from their records.
Foreign intelligence investigations, however, are not limited to international terrorism. But the Patriot Act changes the law to allow searches when "a significant purpose" is intelligence.
She quotes Martin as saying, "One day I'm going turn this world upside down. That opinion is now on appeal.
A search on the Google search engine, for example, creates a page with a custom-generated URL that contains material Rethinking the Patriot Act book is clearly private content, such as: Similarly, if I fill out an online form - to purchase goods or register my preferences, for example - those products and preferences will often be identified in the resulting URL.
Will your school be embroiled in a controversy caused by staff members revealing what ought to be confidential personal information to Rethinking the Patriot Act book agents?
Congress failed to specify rules to ensure that the privacy of ordinary Americans web surfing and e-mail habits were protected. Clapper, the director of national intelligence, issued a statement that said, information collected under this program is among the most important and valuable foreign intelligence information we collect, and is used to protect our nation from a wide variety of threats.
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One of these, the loss of privacy and similar liberties, is self-evident but too often ignored. The book examines the background and history of children's fear, the impact of context on fears, the influence of a child's temperament, age-appropriate issues, and ways to deal with students' fears through discussion, literature, and art.
The Senate adopted 98—1 the House bill without amendment on October 25, and the following day Bush signed the measure into law. He did not specify whether any of them were college libraries. This figure indicates that the crime that the government equated with terrorism was not serious. Isabel Campoy Pearson, Myth: ""Under the Patriot Act, I'm very confident in saying there have been no abuses found.
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