Privacy: Individual Right V. Social Needs

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Millbrook Press, 1994 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 112 pages
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Analyzes the controversial area of individual privacy with a focus on such issues as the confidentiality of medical and other personal information, the ethics of drug testing, the rights of the news media to intrude into private lives, and the need to balance law enforcement and privacy concerns.

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Contents

Chapter
9
Chapter Three
28
Chapter Five
49
Copyright

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Gottfried is a full time writer.

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