Monthly Archives: March 2015


In Caul’s awakening, we glimpse what Georgetown law professor Julie Cohen referred to in her 2012 book Configuring the Networked Self as the shift in focus in privacy thinking from individual autonomy to the “social value of privacy.” But for Cohen, Caul’s concerns about even other people’s individual privacy are inadequate. Rather, she argues, theories […]

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Oh, really ? “We fight to protect our community from unnecessary or overreaching government intervention.”