Privacy in a Public Society: Human Rights in Conflict

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David Clark Esseks; Richard F. Hixson

2006

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  • Follow this and additional works at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/mlr Part of the Law and Society Commons, Legal History Commons, and the Privacy Law Commons
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  • Professor Hixson's2 Privacy in a Public Society asserts that today's society is increasingly jealous of its privacy
  • He reviews the work of Warren and Brandeis in the late 1880s when the relentless and insensitive Boston press prompted these two scholars to propose legal status for a right to privacy: "The

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