AUTHOR: Neil Richards
PUBLISHER: New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2015, (240 pages).
From webcams to digital surveillances; Google searches to social media usages; regular emails to website visits; intellectual property are increasingly being shared and distributed quickly and widely. In a world of free and fee-based access to information, one wonders about who owns the information. What does digital privacy means? What is intellectual privacy? Is it still relevant today? These questions are addressed in this book through two main thoughts.
- Where there is conflict, Freedom of speech trumps privacy matters
- Where there is no conflict, privacy can protect free speech.