A terrific compilation of essays about privacy and technology.
Etzioni applies his communitarian theory to privacy, producing a provocative discussion about when privacy rights should yield to societal interests.
Whitfield Diffie & Susan Landau, Privacy on the Line: The Politics of Wiretapping and Encryption (1999)
A thorough and thought-provoking discussion of wiretapping and electronic surveillance. Terrific coverage of the historical, technological, and legal dimensions.
Robert Ellis Smith, Ben Franklin’s Web Site: Privacy and Curiosity from Plymouth Rock to the Internet (2004)
A superb history of privacy law, filled with fascinating stories and details. Very readable and very informative.
A very interesting and highly readable discussion of privacy.
Describes with great detail a litany of new technologies that are posing problems for privacy.
A fascinating account of the way that the welfare system exerts bureaucratic control over people’s lives and how people experience the limits the system imposes on their privacy.
A thorough and incisive discussion of privacy and genetic information.