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The Resource Unpopular privacy : what must we hide?, Anita L. Allen

Unpopular privacy : what must we hide?, Anita L. Allen

Label
Unpopular privacy : what must we hide?
Title
Unpopular privacy
Title remainder
what must we hide?
Statement of responsibility
Anita L. Allen
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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1953-
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Allen, Anita L.
Index
no index present
LC call number
JC596
LC item number
.A44 2011
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
Studies in feminist philosophy
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  • Privacy, Right of
  • Privacy, Right of
  • Women's rights
Label
Unpopular privacy : what must we hide?, Anita L. Allen
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 199-247) and index
Contents
pt. I. Normative foundations. Privacies not wanted : Everyday meanings of privacy ; Privacy law ; Are paternalistic privacy policies justifiable? ; A right to waive privacy protection? ; Why impose unpopular privacy? ; Feminist skepticism ; Libertarian skepticism ; The context ; Neglected rights, forgotten duties ; Opportunity imperative or experience imperative? ; Justification and practical limits ; Constraining state domination -- pt. II. Physical privacies: seclusion and concealment. 2. Seclusion : Solitude ; Getting away, hiding out ; Stuck at home: flaneur and hausfrau ; Sanctuary ; Interrupted: do not call ; Put away: imprisonment ; Shut away: quarantine -- 3. Modesty : Muslims in America ; The hijab in France ; Undressing women or addressing social problems? The niqab in America ; Modesty, the analysis ; General modesty ; Bodily (and sexual) modesty ; Modesty rights ; Religious freedom ; Individuality ; Uniformity and public service ; A pecular modesty bias in US law ; A "compelling state interest" -- 4. Nudity : The Barnes case: legal moralism ; City of Erie: the harm principle ; Canadian cases ; R. v. Tremblay: community tolerance ; R. v. Mara: look, don't touch ; Modesty on the run ; Conditions of work ; Mutual disrespect -- pt. III. Information privacies: confidentiality and data protection. 5. Confidentiality : The practice of confidentiality ; Relationships and occupations ; Documents, records, spaces ; Overlapping and conflicting directives ; Law, coercion, and justice ; Lawmaking as practical compromise ; Sanction and deterence ; The right to say what you know ; Paid-for silence ; Flourishing in a free society ; Confidentiality in context ; Healthcare ; Laws mandating health privacy ; Mental health ; Waiver ; Exception -- 6. Racial privacy : What is sensitive data? ; A missing jurisprudence ; An unpopular referendum ; Recognition in the courtroom ; Profiling in New Hampshire ; Lessons from Georgia ; Politics and race in Illinois ; Racial privacy outweighed ; Ambivalence and paradox ; Secrets and sensitivities ; Persecution ; Political liberalism: the question of impartiality ; Private association and civil rights -- 7. The electronic data give-away : The federal privacy statutes ; Many statutes, inadequate protection? ; Practical obscurity: a swan song after the web ; Give away, take away ; Lifelogs: remembering everything ; Caring about not caring about privacy -- 8. Popular paternalism : Paternalistic mandates ; A job for the nanny state ; The children's internet privacy law ; Fair information practices ; A law in action ; Why age thirteen? ; Is the paternalism justified? ; Do young adults need paternalistic laws, too?
Control code
683247689
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xv, 259 p.
Isbn
9780195141375
Isbn Type
acidfree paper)
Lccn
2010046920
System control number
(OCoLC)683247689
Label
Unpopular privacy : what must we hide?, Anita L. Allen
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 199-247) and index
Contents
pt. I. Normative foundations. Privacies not wanted : Everyday meanings of privacy ; Privacy law ; Are paternalistic privacy policies justifiable? ; A right to waive privacy protection? ; Why impose unpopular privacy? ; Feminist skepticism ; Libertarian skepticism ; The context ; Neglected rights, forgotten duties ; Opportunity imperative or experience imperative? ; Justification and practical limits ; Constraining state domination -- pt. II. Physical privacies: seclusion and concealment. 2. Seclusion : Solitude ; Getting away, hiding out ; Stuck at home: flaneur and hausfrau ; Sanctuary ; Interrupted: do not call ; Put away: imprisonment ; Shut away: quarantine -- 3. Modesty : Muslims in America ; The hijab in France ; Undressing women or addressing social problems? The niqab in America ; Modesty, the analysis ; General modesty ; Bodily (and sexual) modesty ; Modesty rights ; Religious freedom ; Individuality ; Uniformity and public service ; A pecular modesty bias in US law ; A "compelling state interest" -- 4. Nudity : The Barnes case: legal moralism ; City of Erie: the harm principle ; Canadian cases ; R. v. Tremblay: community tolerance ; R. v. Mara: look, don't touch ; Modesty on the run ; Conditions of work ; Mutual disrespect -- pt. III. Information privacies: confidentiality and data protection. 5. Confidentiality : The practice of confidentiality ; Relationships and occupations ; Documents, records, spaces ; Overlapping and conflicting directives ; Law, coercion, and justice ; Lawmaking as practical compromise ; Sanction and deterence ; The right to say what you know ; Paid-for silence ; Flourishing in a free society ; Confidentiality in context ; Healthcare ; Laws mandating health privacy ; Mental health ; Waiver ; Exception -- 6. Racial privacy : What is sensitive data? ; A missing jurisprudence ; An unpopular referendum ; Recognition in the courtroom ; Profiling in New Hampshire ; Lessons from Georgia ; Politics and race in Illinois ; Racial privacy outweighed ; Ambivalence and paradox ; Secrets and sensitivities ; Persecution ; Political liberalism: the question of impartiality ; Private association and civil rights -- 7. The electronic data give-away : The federal privacy statutes ; Many statutes, inadequate protection? ; Practical obscurity: a swan song after the web ; Give away, take away ; Lifelogs: remembering everything ; Caring about not caring about privacy -- 8. Popular paternalism : Paternalistic mandates ; A job for the nanny state ; The children's internet privacy law ; Fair information practices ; A law in action ; Why age thirteen? ; Is the paternalism justified? ; Do young adults need paternalistic laws, too?
Control code
683247689
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xv, 259 p.
Isbn
9780195141375
Isbn Type
acidfree paper)
Lccn
2010046920
System control number
(OCoLC)683247689

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