What Future for Privacy?
The first essay focuses on the flow and capture of personal information, and concludes that there has been a gradual increase in awareness and action on the issue of privacy. The other two essays in this chapter reject the concept of intellectual property in personal information. While the first author proposes a system of auditing government employees to rigorously monitor their use of private information, the second author leaves open the possibility of narrow laws tailored to limiting specific, destructive uses of information.
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Michael Zimmer, Stewart Baker, Larry Downes
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