In pursuit of privacy: law, ethics, and the rise of technology
DeCew provides a solid philosophical foundation for legal discussions of privacy by articulation and unifying diverse arguments on the right to privacy and on how it should be guaranteed in various contemporary contexts.
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ONE Origins and History of Privacy
TWO Narrow Views of Privacy Developed from
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