When businesses are required to send customer data to government,
their systems and their employees become part of a wider security
framework. Their commercial activities become shot through with
insecurities and they are placed in a kind of double jeopardy: a
failure to address these regulations can result in both national
and commercial insecurity. The Private Security State? is the first
full-length academic text to address the enrolment of the private
sector in national security surveillance regimes. Through detailed
empirical analysis, it questions how private organizations achieve
compliance with demands for customer data. The book revolves around
case studies of two public-private surveillance regimes: Anti-Money
Laundering/Counter Terror Finance in retail financial services and
the EBorders in the retail travel industry.
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