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Format: Print Book 2015
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CLP - Main Library Mezzanine - Non-fiction KF1262.P739 2015x
Location  CLP - Main Library
Collection  Mezzanine - Non-fiction
Call Number  KF1262.P739 2015x
This essential book discusses if technological developments threaten privacy. Essays ask if security measures infringe on privacy rights, and if medical privacy is adequately protected. The final chapter explores how privacy should be protected. The essays and works are arranged in a pro versus con format, so that readers can benefit from more than one viewpoint while analyzing each controversy and establishing their own opinions on the right to and protection of privacy.
Tracking is an assault on liberty, with real dangers / Nicholas Carr
No more privacy paranoia / Farhad Manjoo
iSPY: how the internet buys and sells your secrets / Jamie Bartlett
Obscurity in using technology is more important than privacy / Woodrow Hartzog and Evan Selinger
NSA surveillance threatens privacy and security / Bruce Schneier
Privacy concerns about NSA intelligence gathering are unfounded / Gary Schmitt
Privacy is a red herring: the debate over NSA surveillance is about something else entirely / Rosa Brooks
The use of surveillance drones is a threat to privacy / Andrew Napolitano
Privacy concerns should not stunt the growth of the drone industry / Pierre Hines
Biometrics are the future of identification / Tim De Chant
Biometric identification raises privacy concerns without increasing security / Katitza Rodriguez
Private DNA tests raise a variety of privacy concerns / Benjamin Winterhalter
The FDA could set personal genetics rights back decades / Gary Marchant
How ObamaCare destroys your privacy / Betsy McCaughey
The National Electronic Health Care Database improves health care / Kathleen Sebelius
Privacy in the age of surveillance / Dinah PoKempner
An overreach for the NSA's critics / Charles C.W. Cooke
Big data, public and private / Paul Pillar
A consumer bill of rights is needed to protect privacy on the internet / White House
Fourth Amendment protections need revision to protect privacy / David Cole.

Additional Information
Series Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
Subjects Privacy, Right of -- United States.
Publisher Farmington Hills, Mich. :2015
Contributors Merino, Noël, editor.
Language English
Description 182 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 9780737772821
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