New York, NY : Peter Lang Publishing, 
xii, 177 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Communication law ; v. 3.
Formatted Contents Note
The "practical obscurity" doctrine : when is a public record too public? / Sigman L. Splichal Tipping the scales : how the U.S. Supreme Court eviscerated freedom of information in favor of privacy / Martin E. Halstuk, Benjamin W. Cramer, & Michael D. Todd Public access and informational privacy in electronic government databases / Joey Senat Conflict in a digital world : the European context / Cheryl Ann Bishop Electronic court record access : present landscape, neutral principles, and the looming interloper of contextual privacy / Richard J. Peltz-Steele Social media and reporting on judicial proceedings : a digital era conflict / Derigan Silver Access to email and the right of privacy in the workplace / Kyu Ho Youm All the news that's fit to leak / Jonathan Peters Finding resolution : systems for resolving disputes and reconciling access with privacy / Daxton R. "Chip" Stewart Here's looking at me : the abandonment of privacy and solitude as millennials move to life online / Paul Gates.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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