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|Publication is a self-invasion of privacy. Marshall McLuhan Individuals in the |
Information Society want to safeguard their autonomy and retain control over their
personal information, irrespective of their activities. Information technologies ...
|Interpretations, Extensions, Applications Rita Watson, Menahem Blondheim. |
RAPHAEL COHEN-ALMAGOR 12. Conceptualizing the Right to Privacy: Ethical
and Legal Considerations Publication is a self-invasion of privacy. The more the
|State Ct. March 13, 2001) (“Even if plaintiff could properly assert a valid privacy |
interest, an invasion of privacy claim cannot be premised ... App. 693, 695, 297
S.E.2d 94 (1982) (publication about a criminal investigation was a matter of
public interest which could not support ... and departmental decision that woman
acted in self-defense constituted matters of public interest); Cox Communications,
Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Culture, Media and Sport Committee - 2010 - Preview
|Whether financial penalties for libel or invasion of privacy, applied either by the |
courts or by a self-regulatory body, might ... damages where the defendant's
defamatory publication has been done "with guilty knowledge, for the motive that
|Recent popular publications discuss the fact that the risks to eDaters might |
involve, particularly in the case of female eDaters, the ... Again, it would be
interesting to empirically explore how different eDaters feel about the invasion of
privacy that ...
|Godkin's mind, existing torts of libel and slander are sufficient for the protection of |
privacy, for curbing the publication of gossip and correcting ... of public media —
is marked by their insistence that "privacy" represents a constitutive ly different
property of the self than "reputation. ... For Godkin, for whom privacy is practically
synonymous with reputation, the invasion of privacy constitutes a form of injury
|Perspectives on Privacy and Self-Disclosure in the Social Web Sabine Trepte, |
Leonard Reinecke ... It can be defined negatively as the absence of invasion of
privacy by the government, businesses, or other actors. ... privacy problems:
tracking and monitoring, aggregation and analysis, and dissemination and
|What has clearly come out of von Hannover is that the courts have an obligation |
to protect individuals from invasion of ... In order to avoid confusion or
unnecessary self- censorship, the best that anyone publishing in the United
Kingdom can ...
|In the addressee's case, this right goes considerably beyond "legitimate self-|
defence" and constitutes an autonomous ... law of privacy as it was formulated by
Warren and Brandeis were applied to letters, invasion of privacy through
|The publication of the picture, it ruled, constituted a 'violation of the right over |
pictures of oneself : what is inadmissible about the ... The couple sued for
invasion of privacy. ... expressions of what is valuable about privacy: privacy in
the sense of control over the authenticity of our self-presentations versus privacy
in the sense ...
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