By William G. Staples
Writing of their recognized Harvard legislations evaluation article of 1890, Louis Brandeis and Samuel Warren asserted what many have one in all the main loved American values: the perfect to be not to mention. but during this post-9/11 international, own privateness is extra threatened than ever. This booklet presents scholars and common readers a accomplished assessment of privateness in modern the United States. incorporated are a few 225 alphabetically prepared entries written through greater than a hundred specialist individuals. Entries hide such subject matters because the united states PATRIOT act, abortion rights, wiretapping, telemarketing, id robbery, DNA databases, web and electronic mail privateness, and diverse different issues. Entries cite works for additional interpreting, and the Encyclopedia closes with a bibliography of books, web content, businesses, and films.
New threats to privateness have arisen within the face of competing social, political, and financial calls for, fast technological swap, and an intrusive and voyeuristic mass media. electorate are barraged each day with tales of company information mining, executive surveillance courses, identification robbery, and laptop hacking of private info. accordingly, electorate have gotten more and more eager about their own privateness in addition to their privateness rights.
This encyclopedia, the 1st of its style, comprehensively overviews quite a few features of privateness all through U.S. background, together with major criminal instances, occasions, legislation, corporations, contributors, expertise, and phrases. With a few 225 alphabetically prepared entries written by means of greater than a hundred prime students and specialists within the box, this inclusive and authoritative paintings will attract these drawn to either historic and modern notions of privateness within the usa. Readers will study of the importance of know-how in state-of-the-art society, its necessary and damaging results on electorate' privateness, and what to anticipate sooner or later. Entries cite print and digital assets, and the Encyclopedia closes with a list of books, corporations, web content, motion pictures, and different assets of information.
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Extra resources for Encyclopedia of Privacy [Two Volumes] [2 volumes]
Trust but Verify: Imagery Analysis in the Cold War. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 2000; Monmonier, Mark. Spying with Maps: Surveillance Technology and the Future of Privacy. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2002; Pike, John. org. Online, March 2006; Streetly, Martin. Jane’s Electronic Mission Aircraft Systems. Surrey, UK: Jane’s Information Group, 1997. Lane Denicola Air travel Air travel privacy has underpinnings in several constitutional protections and various court decisions, including those related to freedom of association, interstate travel, and the right to be secure from unreasonable search and seizure.
If employees of private entities or even state agents misrepresent state law, the court said, they cannot bind the state to arrangements in contravention of state law. Rejecting the challengers’ additional claims that the law violates state and federal constitutional rights to privacy, the Oregon court noted that adoption had been unknown at common law, that early adoption statutes had no provisions for protecting the identity of birth mothers, and that there is neither a fundamental right to \ 11 12 \ Airborne surveillance and intelligence place a child for adoption nor a correlative right to place a child for adoption under circumstances that guarantee her anonymity.
Other studies, professionals involved in adoption, and national professional organizations began characterizing adoptees’ interest in their birth families as a normal and natural part of adoption. By the end of the century, the movement for greater openness had led to the creation of hundreds of mutual support organizations and search services for adoptees and birth parents seeking information about or contact with one another. S. Children’s Bureau drafted a model state adoption act under which adult adoptees would have access to both original birth certificates and court records.
Encyclopedia of Privacy [Two Volumes] [2 volumes] by William G. Staples