Understanding privacy

Instead of reducing this subject to an academic parlor game, Solove uses interdisciplinary sources to offer a convincing argument about why everyone should care deeply about understanding the nature of privacy. Legal scholars will want to read this book, but so will psychologists, communication spec...

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Main Author: Solove, Daniel J.
Format: Book
Language: English
Publication: Cambridge (Massachusetts) : Harvard University Press, 2008.
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Online Access: covers
Summary: Instead of reducing this subject to an academic parlor game, Solove uses interdisciplinary sources to offer a convincing argument about why everyone should care deeply about understanding the nature of privacy. Legal scholars will want to read this book, but so will psychologists, communication specialists, public policy makers, philosophers, and anyone interested in where to draw the line between public and private life
ISBN: 9780674027725
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