A Reply to Ann Bartow’s Response to A Taxonomy of Privacy

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3 Responses

  1. Anderson says:

    You have succeeded in fact ;

    do you have any references of horror stories caused by privacy concerns such as panic attacks and Kafkaesque anxiety;

    I am writing a book about that and would be very interested in your thoughts.

  2. anderson says:

    You have succeeded in fact ;

    do you have any references of horror stories caused by privacy concerns such as panic attacks and Kafkaesque anxiety;

    I am writing a book about that and would be very interested in your thoughts.

  3. Shark says:

    An interrogation is a custodial questioning. Do you consider an interview (e.g., stopped on the street and asked questions by an authority figure, although under no custody or duty to respond) to be a privacy violation, or a lesser version of an interrogation (#2)? Or, is it reasonable to contend that this is not a privacy intrusion?