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Drawing on government reports and legal decisions from the US and around the world, this book asks if privacy is an entitlement that protects us from oppression and exploitation, or whether we are too quick to overlook its costs in the concealment of irresponsible and dangerous behavior. It examines the problems of defining privacy.
Country of Origin : United Kingdom
Number Of Pages : 192
Year of Publication : 2011