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Studies in feminist philosophy.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
pt. I. Normative foundations. Privacies not wanted : Everyday meanings of privacy ; Privacy law ; Are paternalistic privacy policies justifiable? ; A right to waive privacy protection? ; Why impose unpopular privacy? ; Feminist skepticism ; Libertarian skepticism ; The context ; Neglected rights, forgotten duties ; Opportunity imperative or experience imperative? ; Justification and practical limits ; Constraining state domination pt. II. Physical privacies: seclusion and concealment. 2. Seclusion : Solitude ; Getting away, hiding out ; Stuck at home: flaneur and hausfrau ; Sanctuary ; Interrupted: do not call ; Put away: imprisonment ; Shut away: quarantine 3. Modesty : Muslims in America ; The hijab in France ; Undressing women or addressing social problems? The niqab in America ; Modesty, the analysis ; General modesty ; Bodily (and sexual) modesty ; Modesty rights ; Religious freedom ; Individuality ; Uniformity and public service ; A pecular modesty bias in US law ; A "compelling state interest" 4. Nudity : The Barnes case: legal moralism ; City of Erie: the harm principle ; Canadian cases ; R. v. Tremblay: community tolerance ; R. v. Mara: look, don't touch ; Modesty on the run ; Conditions of work ; Mutual disrespect pt. III. Information privacies: confidentiality and data protection. 5. Confidentiality : The practice of confidentiality ; Relationships and occupations ; Documents, records, spaces ; Overlapping and conflicting directives ; Law, coercion, and justice ; Lawmaking as practical compromise ; Sanction and deterrence ; The right to say what you know ; Paid-for silence ; Flourishing in a free society ; Confidentiality in context ; Healthcare ; Laws mandating health privacy ; Mental health ; Waiver ; Exception 6. Racial privacy : What is sensitive data? ; A missing jurisprudence ; An unpopular referendum ; Recognition in the courtroom ; Profiling in New Hampshire ; Lessons from Georgia ; Politics and race in Illinois ; Racial privacy outweighed ; Ambivalence and paradox ; Secrets and sensitivities ; Persecution ; Political liberalism: the question of impartiality ; Private association and civil rights 7. The electronic data give-away : The federal privacy statutes ; Many statutes, inadequate protection? ; Practical obscurity: a swan song after the web ; Give away, take away ; Lifelogs: remembering everything ; Caring about not caring about privacy 8. Popular paternalism : Paternalistic mandates ; A job for the nanny state ; The children's internet privacy law ; Fair information practices ; A law in action ; Why age thirteen? ; Is the paternalism justified? ; Do young adults need paternalistic laws, too?