The Privacy Advocates – The MIT Press

Posted on April 3, 2009. Filed under: Human Rights |

“In this concise, clearly written, and highly informative little volume Colin Bennett continues his scholarly illuminations of the elusive (and sometimes illusive) concept of privacy. However hard to pin down and variable across cultures, there is an increasing, nearly universal sense that many technologically enhanced personal data collection practices go too far. Most of us grimace and bear it, but not those Bennett calls the privacy advocates, who form a loose transnational network. This is their story—told with affection and objectivity, and thoughtfully grounded in the contemporary research literature.”
—Gary T. Marx, Professor Emeritus, MIT, and author of Undercover: Police Surveillance in America

The Privacy Advocates – The MIT Press

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