Drawing on landmark cases, trial decisions, and anecdotal narratives, the authors of the best-selling In Our Defense illuminate the impact of the debate on privacy, discussing privacy versus law enforcement, the press, privacy in the workplace, and privacy and information. They look at cases involving strip searches and school searches, frozen embryos, the right to die, psychological testing, and high-tech monitoring. For general readers. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
"['The Right to Privacy'] skillfully waves together unfamiliar, dramatic case histories with a survey of the laws governing what Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandies once called 'the right to be let alone.'. . . This is a book with impressive breadth but modest goals." Time - Elizabeth Gleick (11/06/1995)
Book is in very good condition. Book has library markings.