I/S: Volume 2, Issue 1 (Winter 2005/2006)

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I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society
Volume 2, Issue 1
Federal Secrecy Policy after September 11 and the Future of the Information Society
2006


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Symposium: Federal Secrecy Policy After September 11 and the Future of the Information Society

Introductory Essay:
Social Theory Meets Social Policy: Culture, Identity,and Public Information Policy After September 11
Shane, Peter M. pp. i-xxiii
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Secrecy as Mystification of Power: Meaning and Ethics in the Security State
Gowder, Paul pp. 1-25
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Normative Dimensions of Paternalism and Security
Nelson, Lisa pp. 27-51
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Biosecurity and Secrecy Policy: Problems, Theory, and a Call for Executive Action
Gorman, Brian J. pp. 53-102
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Commentaries

Federal Secrecy and the States: The Impact of Information Closures on Government Operations
Lozar, Ryan pp. 103-124
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Using Open Internet Standards to Provide Greater Access in a Post-9/1 1 World
Shwartz, Ari pp. 125-140
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Book Review

Translucence Not Transparency: Reviewing Alasdair Roberts, Blacked Out: Government Secrecy in the Information Age (Cambridge University Press, 2005).
Parker, Elizabeth Rindskopf pp. 141-147
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Other Research

The Real ID Act: Fixing Identity Documents with Duct Tape
Egelman, Serge; Cranor, Lorrie Faith pp. 149-183
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