Privacy, Speech, and the Law
Adam D. Moore
Information School University of Washington; University of Washington - Department of Philosophy
January 13, 2012
Part I will provide an overview of the moral foundations of privacy — while brief, the goal is to establish the claim that privacy more than a mere interest. Part II will consider several arguments — or strands of argument — purporting to justify free speech rights. While these arguments, taken together, establish that free speech is important, they do not support the view that speech should nearly always trump privacy. In Part III I will suggest a way to balance free speech and privacy claims in the law.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 32working papers series
Date posted: January 13, 2012
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