The transparency fix: secrets, leaks, and uncontrollable government information

Introduction : the transparent state we want but can't have -- Liberating the family jewels : "free" information and "open" government in the post-war legal imaginary -- Supplementing the transparency fix : innovations in the wake of law's inadequacies -- Transparency&#...

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Main Author: Fenster, Mark
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: Stanford, California Stanford Law Books, an imprint of Stanford University Press [2017]
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Summary:Introduction : the transparent state we want but can't have -- Liberating the family jewels : "free" information and "open" government in the post-war legal imaginary -- Supplementing the transparency fix : innovations in the wake of law's inadequacies -- Transparency's limits : balancing the open and secret state -- The uncontrollable state -- The impossible archive of government information -- Disclosure's effects? -- The implausibility of information control -- The disappointments of megaleaks -- Conclusion : the West Wing, the West Wing, and abandoning the informational fix
Item Description:Formerly CIP. - Includes bibliographical references and index
Physical Description:286 Seiten 24 cm
ISBN:9781503601710
9781503602663