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The Resource Core concepts and contemporary issues in privacy, Ann E. Cudd, Mark C. Navin, editors, (electronic book)

Core concepts and contemporary issues in privacy, Ann E. Cudd, Mark C. Navin, editors, (electronic book)

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Core concepts and contemporary issues in privacy
Title
Core concepts and contemporary issues in privacy
Statement of responsibility
Ann E. Cudd, Mark C. Navin, editors
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book offers a comprehensive investigation of privacy in the modern world. It collects 16 papers that look at this essential topic from many facets, from the personal to the technological, from the philosophical to the legal. The contributors examine such issues as the value of privacy protection, the violation of spreading personal falsehoods, the digital rights of children, an individual's right to be forgotten from internet search engines, and more. The organization of the volume helps provide a nuanced understanding of this often controversial topic. Coverage starts with key concepts before moving on to explore personal information privacy and the impact of new technologies. Next, the papers consider privacy in different contexts. These include work, sex, family, crime, and religion. This structure enables greater engagement with the difficult questions about privacy. Readers will gain deep insight into the core concepts of privacy as well as its application to everyday life. This interdisciplinary volume brings together an international team of scholars. They provide a broad combination of expertise in law, philosophy, and political science. Overall, this thought-provoking examination will appeal to interested readers in both academia and practice.
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Cataloging source
N$T
Dewey number
323.448
Index
no index present
LC call number
JC596
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1959-
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  • Cudd, Ann E.
  • Navin, Mark
Series statement
Philosophical foundations of law and justice
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Privacy, Right of
Label
Core concepts and contemporary issues in privacy, Ann E. Cudd, Mark C. Navin, editors, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Acknowledgments; Contents; About the Editors; Introduction: Conceptualizing Privacy Harms and Values; 1 Background Theory and Application: Critical Moments in the Development of a Philosophy of Privacy; 2 Privacy and Digital Technology; 3 Privacy and Social Identity; 4 Organization and Content of this Volume; 4.1 Privacy: Core Concepts; 4.2 Personal Information Privacy; 4.3 Privacy and Technology; 4.4 Privacy in Different Contexts: Work, Sex, Family, and Crime; References; Part I: Privacy: Core Concepts; The Conceptual Coherence of Privacy As Developed in Law; 1 Introduction; 2 History
  • 3 Privacy in Law and Ethics: Its Scope and Value4 Arguments Connecting the Three Privacy Interests Developed in Law; 5 Conclusion; References; Privacy: Concept, Value, Right?; 1 Introduction; 2 Concept(s) of Privacy As Descriptive?; 3 Privacy As a Desideratum?; 4 Right(s) to Privacy?; References; The Nature and Value of Privacy; 1 Introduction; 2 A Definition of Privacy; 3 The Benefits and Costs of a Privacy Regime; 4 A Deeper Appreciation of the Benefits of Privacy; 5 The Overriding Benefit of Privacy; References; Privacy and Responsibility; 1 Introduction
  • 2 A Model for Understanding the Right to Privacy3 How the Right to Privacy Protects the D̀̀rafting Space;́́ 4 Implications; 4.1 Explanation of Some Puzzling Aspects of Privacy; 4.2 Widespread vs. Localized Invasions of Privacy; 4.3 Announced vs. Surreptitious Invasions of Privacy; 4.4 Protection of Privacy as a Concern of the Society as a Whole; 4.5 Why It Is Difficult to Respect the Right to Privacy; 4.6 Two Methods of Protecting Privacy; 5 Replies to Objections; References; Part II: Personal Information Privacy; Information, Privacy, and False Light; 1 Introduction
  • 2 Veridicalism and Non-veridicalism in Information Theory3 Privacy: Factive and Propositional; 4 False Light Privacy Tort; 5 Conclusion; References; The Unrelenting Darkness of False Light: A Sui Generis Tort; 1 Introduction and Overview; 2 Warren and Brandeis on the Right to Privacy; 2.1 The Right to Privacy: Oneś Ì̀nterior Equanimity;́́ 2.2 Warren and Brandeis on Reputation and Standing: Oneś S̀̀ocial Persona;́́ 2.3 The Relationship Between Social Persona and Interior Equanimity; 3 The Right to Privacy; 3.1 Prosser on Privacy Torts; 4 False Light
  • 4.1 Robisonś Doctor, Bathed in False Light4.2 Prosserś Categories of Privacy Torts; 4.3 False Light as Privacy Tort Versus False Light as Sui Generis Tort; 4.4 The Coup de Grace: C̀̀oerced Divulgence;́́ 5 Conclusions; References; Privacy, Public Space, and Personal Information; 1 Introduction; 2 An Approach to the Complexity and Ambiguity of Privacy; 3 The Opaqueness of P̀̀ublic ́́and P̀̀ublic Space;́́ 4 Personal Information, Privacy, and Harm from Commercial Interests; References; Privacy and Religious Exemptions; 1 An Illustrative Case: Nikolao v. Lyon et al
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319746388
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
System control number
  • on1030892382
  • (OCoLC)1030892382
Label
Core concepts and contemporary issues in privacy, Ann E. Cudd, Mark C. Navin, editors, (electronic book)
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Acknowledgments; Contents; About the Editors; Introduction: Conceptualizing Privacy Harms and Values; 1 Background Theory and Application: Critical Moments in the Development of a Philosophy of Privacy; 2 Privacy and Digital Technology; 3 Privacy and Social Identity; 4 Organization and Content of this Volume; 4.1 Privacy: Core Concepts; 4.2 Personal Information Privacy; 4.3 Privacy and Technology; 4.4 Privacy in Different Contexts: Work, Sex, Family, and Crime; References; Part I: Privacy: Core Concepts; The Conceptual Coherence of Privacy As Developed in Law; 1 Introduction; 2 History
  • 3 Privacy in Law and Ethics: Its Scope and Value4 Arguments Connecting the Three Privacy Interests Developed in Law; 5 Conclusion; References; Privacy: Concept, Value, Right?; 1 Introduction; 2 Concept(s) of Privacy As Descriptive?; 3 Privacy As a Desideratum?; 4 Right(s) to Privacy?; References; The Nature and Value of Privacy; 1 Introduction; 2 A Definition of Privacy; 3 The Benefits and Costs of a Privacy Regime; 4 A Deeper Appreciation of the Benefits of Privacy; 5 The Overriding Benefit of Privacy; References; Privacy and Responsibility; 1 Introduction
  • 2 A Model for Understanding the Right to Privacy3 How the Right to Privacy Protects the D̀̀rafting Space;́́ 4 Implications; 4.1 Explanation of Some Puzzling Aspects of Privacy; 4.2 Widespread vs. Localized Invasions of Privacy; 4.3 Announced vs. Surreptitious Invasions of Privacy; 4.4 Protection of Privacy as a Concern of the Society as a Whole; 4.5 Why It Is Difficult to Respect the Right to Privacy; 4.6 Two Methods of Protecting Privacy; 5 Replies to Objections; References; Part II: Personal Information Privacy; Information, Privacy, and False Light; 1 Introduction
  • 2 Veridicalism and Non-veridicalism in Information Theory3 Privacy: Factive and Propositional; 4 False Light Privacy Tort; 5 Conclusion; References; The Unrelenting Darkness of False Light: A Sui Generis Tort; 1 Introduction and Overview; 2 Warren and Brandeis on the Right to Privacy; 2.1 The Right to Privacy: Oneś Ì̀nterior Equanimity;́́ 2.2 Warren and Brandeis on Reputation and Standing: Oneś S̀̀ocial Persona;́́ 2.3 The Relationship Between Social Persona and Interior Equanimity; 3 The Right to Privacy; 3.1 Prosser on Privacy Torts; 4 False Light
  • 4.1 Robisonś Doctor, Bathed in False Light4.2 Prosserś Categories of Privacy Torts; 4.3 False Light as Privacy Tort Versus False Light as Sui Generis Tort; 4.4 The Coup de Grace: C̀̀oerced Divulgence;́́ 5 Conclusions; References; Privacy, Public Space, and Personal Information; 1 Introduction; 2 An Approach to the Complexity and Ambiguity of Privacy; 3 The Opaqueness of P̀̀ublic ́́and P̀̀ublic Space;́́ 4 Personal Information, Privacy, and Harm from Commercial Interests; References; Privacy and Religious Exemptions; 1 An Illustrative Case: Nikolao v. Lyon et al
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319746388
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
System control number
  • on1030892382
  • (OCoLC)1030892382

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