restricted access   Volume 27, Number 3, 2012

Table of Contents

The Legacy: Intensified Surveillance in the Aftermath of 9/11

The Surveillance Legacies of 9/11: Recalling, Reflecting on, and Rethinking Surveillance in the Security Era

pp. 291-300

Zones of Opacity: Data Fusion in Post-9/11 Security Organizations

pp. 301-317

After 9/11: Canada, the Israel/Palestine Conflict, and the Surveillance of Public Discourse

pp. 319-339

Student Protests and Government Somersaults: The Quebec Spring from a Law and Society Perspective

pp. 339-450

Identifying Canadians at the Border: ePassports and the 9/11 Legacy

pp. 341-361

Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSEC), Structures of Secrecy, and Ministerial Authorization after September 11

pp. 363-380

Getting Past Privacy?: Surveillance, the Charter, and the Rule of Law

pp. 381-398

US Domestic Surveillance after 9/11: An Analysis of the Chilling Effect on First Amendment Rights in Cases Filed against the Terrorist Surveillance Program

pp. 399-425

Commentary / Commentaire

Contestation étudiante et soubresauts étatiques : le printemps québécois sous une perspective droit et société

pp. 427-438