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Governments radically change under the influence of technology. As a result, our lives in interaction with public sector bodies are easier. But the creation of an electronic government also makes us more vulnerable and dependent. Dependent not just on technology itself, but also on the organizations within government that apply technology, collect and use citizen-related information and often demand the citizens submit themselves to technological applications.
This book analyzes the legal, ethical, policy and technological dimensions of innovating government. Authors from diverse
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Produktbeschreibung
Governments radically change under the influence of technology. As a result, our lives in interaction with public sector bodies are easier. But the creation of an electronic government also makes us more vulnerable and dependent. Dependent not just on technology itself, but also on the organizations within government that apply technology, collect and use citizen-related information and often demand the citizens submit themselves to technological applications.


This book analyzes the legal, ethical, policy and technological dimensions of innovating government. Authors from diverse backgrounds confront the reader with a variety of disciplinary perspectives on persistent themes, like privacy, biometrics, surveillance, e-democracy, electronic government, and identity management.

Clearly, the use of technology by governments demands that choices are made. In the search for guiding principles therein, an in-depth understanding of the developments related to electronic government is necessary. This book contributes to this understanding. This book is valuable to academics and practitioners in a wide variety of fields such as public administration and ICT, sociology, political science, communications science, ethics and philosophy. It is also a useful tool for policymakers at the national and international level.

Simone van der Hof is Associate Professor at TILT (Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society), Tilburg University, The Netherlands. Marga Groothuis is Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Law of Leiden University in the Netherlands.

Specific to this book:

  • Offers the reader a clear structure
  • Enables the reader to see across disciplinary borders
  • Offers an in-depth insight into new modes of government in various policy domains


This is Volume 20 in the Information Technology and Law (IT&Law) Series


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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Seitenzahl: 466
  • Erscheinungstermin: 20. April 2011
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9789067047319
  • Artikelnr.: 37413339
Inhaltsangabe
1 Innovating Government - an introduction to the book.- Part I Normative and ethical dimensions .- 2  Privacy 3.0.- 3 Normative assumptions in biometrics - on bodily differences and automated classifications.- 4 Electronic exchange of signals on youth at risk - a value perspective.- 5 Regulating invisible harms.- Part II Policy dimensions - Democracy .- 6 The single point of failure.- 7 Electronic voting: Approaches, strategies, and policy issues - a report from Switzerland.- 8 Striving behind the shadow - the dawn of Spanish politics 2.0.- Part III Policy dimensions - Surveillance .- 9 The normality of living in surveillance societies.- 10 The evolution of new technologies of surveillance in children's services in England.- 11 Electronic Child Records in the Netherlands - a legitimate path to right wrongs?.- 12 Legitimacy issues regarding citizen surveillance - the case of ANPR-technology in Dutch policing.- 13 The introduction of biometrics in the Netherlands - an evaluation under data protection and administrative law.- Part IV Legal dimensions - EU Law perspectives.- 14 The use of biometrics at the borders - a European policy and law perspective.- 15 Privacy and data protection aspects of e-government identity management.- 16 eHealth from a Dutch perspective.- 17 Implementation of the EU Services Directive: on eGovernment in a decentralized unitary state .- 18 The impact of Europe on geo-information.- Part V Legal dimensions - Techno-legal perspectives .- 19 Sharing information between government agencies - some legal challenges associated with semantic interoperability.- 20 Public information infrastructures and identity fraud.- 21 Access to law in Europe.- Part VI Legal dimensions - Law and philosophy perspective .- 22 Identity theft and fraud.- Part VII Technological dimensions .- 23 Biometrics and smart cards in identity management.- 24 How devices transform voting.- Part VIII Synthesis .- 25 A Brave New Government?