Clay Calvert (U. Florida College of Journalism and Communications) writes: “Mills explores possible modernization of the intrusion tort, calls for greater weight to be placed on human dignity interests, suggests redefining personal space to fit our times, and offers multiple approaches for recalibrating the delicate balance between press freedom and privacy rights.”  Chris Hoofnagle (U.C. Berkeley Law) writes: “Elucidates a path that both enhances dignity and protects essential press liberties. This is a much needed work in our new media age, where forced disclosure and technology have converted transparency from a disinfectant into a bludgeon.”  Anita Allen (U. Penn Law) writes: “An original look at old and new media versions of the clash between privacy and freedom of the press.”