Location-Based Services (LBS) are one of many high-tech solutions to national security, providing advanced information capabilities. With their use comes a perceived increase in citizens having reduced access to services and information as well as waiving certain liberties in order for national security initiatives to be fully implemented. Focusing particularly on the role of LBS, this research will establish an understanding of the 'price' people pay for national security when it is achieved using LBS. The exchange of liberties for security will be illustrated by the results of the content analysis. This research provides insight in to how far a location-based technology can be utilized in national security applications before its perceived cost-benefit is exceeded.
|Published - 2006
|2006 IEEE Internaional Symposium on Technology and Society, ISTAS'06 - Disaster Preparedness and Recovery - Flushing, NY, United States
Duration: 9 Jun 2006 → 10 Jun 2006
|2006 IEEE Internaional Symposium on Technology and Society, ISTAS'06 - Disaster Preparedness and Recovery
|9/06/06 → 10/06/06