19 J. Tech. L. & Pol'y 105 (2014)
Total Surveillance, Big Data, and Predictive Crime Technology: Privacy's Perfect Storm

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   TOTAL SURVEILLANCE, BIG DATA, AND PREDICTIVE
                     CRIME TECHNOLOGY:
                  PRIVACY'S PERFECT STORM


                            Kevin Miller*



I.   IN TRODUCTION   ........................................................................... 106

II.  THE PARADIGM OF CRIME PREDICTION ....................................... 107
     A. Brief Overview of Modern, Total Surveillance .................... 107
     B. The Rise of Big Data Analytics ............................................ 112
     C. Predictive Systems and the Dream of Total Knowledge ...... 114

III.  TECHNOLOGICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL
      EFFECTIVENESS OF THE PREDICTIVE PARADIGM ......................... 118
      A. Performance: Data Quality, the Base Rate Fallacy, and
         A utom ation B ias  ................................................................... 118
      B. Side-Effects: Bias and Norm-Shaping .................................. 122

IV.   SIDE EFFECTS: PRIVACY HARMS ................................................. 125
      A . Fourth A m endm ent ............................................................... 125
      B . F irst A m endm ent .................................................................. 130

V.    SPECULATIONS AND POSSIBILITIES ............................................. 135
      A. Quantitative  Privacy Rights ............................................ 135
      B. A Right to Due Process in Automated Systems .................... 136
      C. Economic Rights in My Virtual Proxy? ............................... 140

V I.  C ON CLUSION ............................................................................... 145







      * Kevin Miller is a graduate of the University of Florida Levin College of Law and has
an MBA in Technology Management. He has published articles in the Southern California
Interdisciplinary Law Journal, the ILSA Quarterly, and the University of Florida Journal of
Law & Public Policy. He has also published a book on software development and presented
papers at several technology conferences. He is currently employed at the intellectual property
law firm of Saliwanchik, Lloyd & Eisenschenk in Gainesville, Florida. Prior to attending law
school, he was a software engineer and technology specialist for several technology companies,
including Microsoft, before founding his own software company.

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