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THE DIGITAL PERSON:
TECHNOLOGY AND PRIVACY IN THE INFORMATION AGE
by Daniel J. Solove
(NYU Press 2004)
Chapter 1. Introduction
PART I. COMPUTER DATABASES
Chapter 2. The Rise of the Digital Dossier
Chapter 3. Kafka and Orwell: Reconceptualizing Information Privacy
Chapter 4. The Problems of Information Privacy Law
Chapter 5. The Limits of Market-Based Solutions
Chapter 6. Architecture and the Protection of Privacy
PART II. PUBLIC RECORDS
Chapter 7. The Problem of Public Records
Chapter 8. Access and Aggregation: Rethinking Privacy and Transparency
PART III. GOVERNMENT ACCESS
Chapter 9. Government Information Gathering
Chapter 10. The Fourth Amendment, Records, and Privacy
Chapter 11. Reconstructing the Architecture
Chapter 12. Conclusion
Notes & Index
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