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The David LaMacchia Case
Secondary Title The David LaMacchia Case

Added03/07/1995

Updated01/27/2016

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Year 1995
Publisher provided Keywords ampampamp and Case Cases computer copyrights Discipline: ENGINEERING ethics Historical Intellectual Internet knowledge Law Networks PATENTS property Proprietary Science/Engineering software the Type: University
Language English

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    It is common to distinguish four species of privacy: physical, informational, decisional, and psychological/mental privacy. In addition, philosopher and legal theorist Anita Allen (2003) distinguishes dispositional privacy. Physical privacy is a restriction on the ability of others to experience a ...

    Author(s) Kelly Laas
    Authoring Institution Online Ethics Center
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    Author(s) Kelly Laas
    Authoring Institution Online Ethics Center
    Year 2017
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