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American Library Association (ALA)
Foundations of Information Ethics
Privacy is a difficult concept to singularly define. Its meaning, value, and level of protection vary across cultures and have evolved continuously over time. Yet, from an information policy and ethics perspective, privacy has had a central role to play throughout history, sparking considerable debate, and often rising in importance alongside technological development.
Zimmer, Michael, "Privacy" (2019). Computer Science Faculty Research and Publications. 77.
ADA Accessible Version
Published version. "Privacy," in Foundations of information ethics / edited by John T.F. Burgess and Emily J.M. Knox ; foreword by Robert Hauptman. Chicago : ALA Neal-Schuman, 2019: 47-56. Publisher link.