Spring 2000, Volume XV Number 2
Privacy, the Common Good, and Individual Liberties in the 21st Century: A Dialogue on Policy, Law, and Values

Editor's Note: Six social science, humanities, policy, and legal scholars discuss a wide range of viewpoints on privacy. The conversation traverses privacy as a cultural construct, historical perspectives on privacy, the tensions between privacy and the First Amendment, how celebrity and privacy have come to clash, and legislative responses to new claims for individual privacy protections. Both the United States and international perspectives are offered by the scholars.

Spring 2000 Issue Home | The 20th Century | Celebrity and Privacy | Privacy Abuses
Driver's Privacy Protection Act | Legislation | Resources | Contributors
Credits/Disclaimers| John Ryan Leaves ABA


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