by Raymond Wacks
The right of individuals to prevent unauthorized disclosures of information concerning their private activities is recognized at least to some extent in most common law and civil law countries. This right is being increasingly threatened by the general trend towards bringing more information into the public domain. Raymond Wacks examines competing claims to "privacy" and "publicity" and reveals the extent to which the law affords protection to those who wish personal information to remain their personal property.
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|Publisher||Oxford University Press, USA|
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