E. M. Barendt
Ashgate/Dartmouth, 2001 - Law - 462 pages
The book will cover the following topics: What is privacy: privacy distinguished from liberty and autonomy? The value of privacy: solitude; intimacy, personal development. The legal protection of privacy. Privacy and the media: privacy against freedom of expression.
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