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The Resource Balancing privacy and free speech : unwanted attention in the age of social media, Mark Tunick

Balancing privacy and free speech : unwanted attention in the age of social media, Mark Tunick

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Balancing privacy and free speech : unwanted attention in the age of social media
Title
Balancing privacy and free speech
Title remainder
unwanted attention in the age of social media
Statement of responsibility
Mark Tunick
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Author
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
DLC
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Tunick, Mark
Index
index present
LC call number
K564.C6
LC item number
T86 2015
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Routledge research in information technology and e-commerce law
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Social media
  • Privacy, Right of
  • Freedom of expression
  • Freedom of expression
  • Privacy, Right of
  • Social media
  • Onlinecommunity
  • Meinungsfreiheit
  • Persönlichkeitsrecht
  • Yttrandefrihet
  • Privatliv
  • Sociala medier
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Balancing privacy and free speech : unwanted attention in the age of social media, Mark Tunick
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 209-216) and index
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volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Table of cases -- Acknowledgments -- 1. Introduction -- Unwanted attention -- The democratization of the media -- Permissible and impermissible speech -- Goals: Building a framework for addressing conflicts between privacy and free speech ; Formulating principles of privacy ethics ; Grounding privacy ; Reevaluating case law ; Distinguishing ethical and legal judgments -- The book's layout -- 2. The value of privacy -- Defining privacy -- Why privacy is valuable: Reputation ; Avoiding unjust punishment, and the "right to be forgotten" ; Property ; A lack of privacy is objectively harmful ; Intimacy, relational harms, and the need to compartmentalize ; No harm no foul? ; Trust ; Dignity and respect for persons ; Privacy, toleration, and community -- Summary -- 3. Legitimate privacy interests -- Terminology: legitimate privacy interests and reasonable expectations of privacy -- The plain view principle, modified -- Which means of observation are legitimate? - the careful and carefree societies -- Qualifying the plain view principle: One may reasonably expect privacy when one's dignity is implicated ; One can have a legitimate privacy interest that information not be spread to circles wider than one willingly exposed oneself to ; Controlling the intended audience of one's message ; Clarifying what counts as "readily accessible through legitimate means" ; Consent -- Conclusion: privacy in public places -- 4. The value of free speech -- Reasons free speech is valuable -- Should interests in free speech be put on a balancing scale?: The E.U. vs the U.S. -- The slippery slope objection to protecting only some speech -- The speech that merits legal protection -- Do legal protections of free speech apply only to professional journalists? -- Deciding what is newsworthy: Substitutability (Finger and Kim Phuc) ; Non-newsworthy details of a newsworthy event (Y.G and L.G.) ; Newsworthy for a select group, non-newsworthy for the general public (Parnigoni) -- Conclusion -- 5. Balancing privacy and free speech: Utilitarianism, its limits, and tolerating the sensitive -- Introduction -- The framework: Interests and rights ; Balancing privacy against free speech (as opposed to public safety) ; The utilitarian approach ; Limits of a utilitarian approach -- Feasibility problems -- The respect and dignity problem -- Toleration and respect for persons -- Weighing reasons and considerations without making a utilitarian calculation -- 6. Cases -- Publicizing private facts: Private facts in private places (Rear Window, Lake v. Wal-Mart) ; Private facts that are newsworthy (Alvarado, Kaysen) ; Private facts in public places (Upskirt videos, Dennison, Turnbull) -- Cases at the border (Riley, Vazquez, and Wood) -- Publicizing public facts: Public facts that are not newsworthy (the baseball fan) ; Publicizing newsworthy public facts (Public meetings and lectures, police conduct, arrests) -- 7. Remedies -- Google Glass with face recognition -- Remedies: New social norms ; Legal remedies and their limits -- Other alternatives -- Technology and architecture -- Market solutions and their limits -- Conclusion
Control code
875248069
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiv, 222 pages
Isbn
9781138791053
Lccn
2014011165
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)875248069
Label
Balancing privacy and free speech : unwanted attention in the age of social media, Mark Tunick
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 209-216) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Table of cases -- Acknowledgments -- 1. Introduction -- Unwanted attention -- The democratization of the media -- Permissible and impermissible speech -- Goals: Building a framework for addressing conflicts between privacy and free speech ; Formulating principles of privacy ethics ; Grounding privacy ; Reevaluating case law ; Distinguishing ethical and legal judgments -- The book's layout -- 2. The value of privacy -- Defining privacy -- Why privacy is valuable: Reputation ; Avoiding unjust punishment, and the "right to be forgotten" ; Property ; A lack of privacy is objectively harmful ; Intimacy, relational harms, and the need to compartmentalize ; No harm no foul? ; Trust ; Dignity and respect for persons ; Privacy, toleration, and community -- Summary -- 3. Legitimate privacy interests -- Terminology: legitimate privacy interests and reasonable expectations of privacy -- The plain view principle, modified -- Which means of observation are legitimate? - the careful and carefree societies -- Qualifying the plain view principle: One may reasonably expect privacy when one's dignity is implicated ; One can have a legitimate privacy interest that information not be spread to circles wider than one willingly exposed oneself to ; Controlling the intended audience of one's message ; Clarifying what counts as "readily accessible through legitimate means" ; Consent -- Conclusion: privacy in public places -- 4. The value of free speech -- Reasons free speech is valuable -- Should interests in free speech be put on a balancing scale?: The E.U. vs the U.S. -- The slippery slope objection to protecting only some speech -- The speech that merits legal protection -- Do legal protections of free speech apply only to professional journalists? -- Deciding what is newsworthy: Substitutability (Finger and Kim Phuc) ; Non-newsworthy details of a newsworthy event (Y.G and L.G.) ; Newsworthy for a select group, non-newsworthy for the general public (Parnigoni) -- Conclusion -- 5. Balancing privacy and free speech: Utilitarianism, its limits, and tolerating the sensitive -- Introduction -- The framework: Interests and rights ; Balancing privacy against free speech (as opposed to public safety) ; The utilitarian approach ; Limits of a utilitarian approach -- Feasibility problems -- The respect and dignity problem -- Toleration and respect for persons -- Weighing reasons and considerations without making a utilitarian calculation -- 6. Cases -- Publicizing private facts: Private facts in private places (Rear Window, Lake v. Wal-Mart) ; Private facts that are newsworthy (Alvarado, Kaysen) ; Private facts in public places (Upskirt videos, Dennison, Turnbull) -- Cases at the border (Riley, Vazquez, and Wood) -- Publicizing public facts: Public facts that are not newsworthy (the baseball fan) ; Publicizing newsworthy public facts (Public meetings and lectures, police conduct, arrests) -- 7. Remedies -- Google Glass with face recognition -- Remedies: New social norms ; Legal remedies and their limits -- Other alternatives -- Technology and architecture -- Market solutions and their limits -- Conclusion
Control code
875248069
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiv, 222 pages
Isbn
9781138791053
Lccn
2014011165
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)875248069

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