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Suggested Reading

Herman, B. D. (2011). Review article: New media law and policy. New Media & Society, 13(2), 350-356. (Review of Nissenbaum’s Privacy in Context)

Moor, J. (1997). Towards a theory of privacy in the information age. Computers and Society, 27(3), 27-32.

Nissenbaum, H. (1997). Toward an approach to privacy in public: Challenges of information technology. Ethics and Behavior, 7(3), 207-219.

Nissenbaum, H. (2004). Privacy as contextual integrity. Washington Law Review, 79(1), 119-157.

Nissenbaum, H. F. (2009). Privacy in context: Technology, policy, and the integrity of social life. United States of America: Stanford Law Books. The introduction provides a nice summary of the rest of the book.

Nissenbaum, H. (2011). A Contextual Approach to Privacy Online. Daedalus, 140(4), 32-48.

Reiman, J. (2004). Driving to the panopticon: A philosophical exploration of the risks to privacy posed by the information technology of the future. In Privacies: Philosophical evaluations. Stanford: Stanford Univ Pr.

Solove, D. J. (2011). Why privacy matters even if you have ‘nothing to hide’. Chronicle of Higher Education, 57(37), B11-B13.

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