The Right to Privacy: Rights and Liberties Under the Law
A thorough introduction to privacy law, covering landmark cases, important themes, historical curiosities, and enduring controversies.
It concludes with a review of privacy rights today, examining landmark recent cases involving euthanasia, polygamy, reproductive rights for inmates, same-sex unions, adoption by gays and lesbians, the right to withhold personal information, and more.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LCBrooks - LibraryThing
The Right to Privacy: Rights and Liberty under the Law is a loosley linked collection of privacy case law. The chronology and annotated bibliography were more informative than the text, which was ... Read full review