Privacy in Perspective

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American Enterprise Institute, 2001 - Law - 79 pages
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Lawmakers must balance the protection of privacy with consumer and societal benefits and the inevitable costs of such protection to individuals, governments, and businesses. This work outlines the complexity of the issues and the stakes in the national debate, and defines policy alternatives.
 

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Contents

THE CURRENT DEBATE ON PRIVACY
1
THE VALUE AND BENEFITS OF INFORMATION
9
THE ARSENAL OF PRIVACY TOOLS
22
THE COST OF PRIVACY LAWS AND REGULATIONS
52
THE IMPORTANCE OF CONTEXT
60
NOTES
69
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
79
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Fred H. Cate is professor of law and Ira C. Batman Faculty Fellow at the Indiana University School of Law, Bloominton, and is a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute.

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