Tags: RIGHT of privacy
- Invasion of the privacy snatchers. Gunter, Lorne; Chase, Steven // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;8/9/93, Vol. 20 Issue 34, p36
Cites a report from federal privacy commissioner Bruce Phillips which has resurrected debate on just who possesses information on citizens and the limits, or lack thereof, placed on its use. Value Canadians place on their privacy; Lack of regulations making it ever easier for government agencies...
- False light privacy. Mclean, Deckle // Communications & the Law;Mar1997, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p63
Focuses on inclusion of privacy invasion in American tort law. Indepth look at the resistances towards these types of lawsuits; Details on false light privacy invasion lawsuits; Reference to various false light privacy invasion lawsuits; Speculation on whether false light privacy invasion...
- The way we are. Wyse, L. // Good Housekeeping;Apr89, Vol. 208 Issue 4, p254
Opinion. Discusses having a room to escape to in a home. Artist Van Deering Perrine's home.
- Caller I.D. Brown, Christiane N.; Mark, Erika Reider // Good Housekeeping;Sep92, Vol. 215 Issue 3, p258
Focuses on the controversy of Caller ID which is only allowed in 22 states at the present time. The debate is over whether the caller has the right to choose whether or not to have his or her number recorded; Advantages of Caller ID; Disadvantages.
- Media watch. Beazer, Margaret // Legaldate;Jul96, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p8
Presents an article on the introduction of privacy laws for government-held information in Australia, published in the `Sunday Age' on July 14, 1996. Application to the private sector; Formation of a task force; Comments from Kevin O'Connor, federal privacy commissioner.
- The peculiar right of personal privacy. McCrea, C.H. // Las Vegas Business Press;6/5/95, Vol. 12 Issue 22, p4
No abstract available.
- Privacy bill of rights. // Marketing News;11/8/93, Vol. 27 Issue 23, p1
Reports on the proposed legislation for the protection of individual's privacy in the marketing industry. Proposal by Democratic Congressman Edward Markey of Massachusetts; Provisions of the bill; Support from direct marketers organizations.
- National caller ID? Free, John; Callender, C.O. // Popular Science;Sep92, Vol. 241 Issue 3, p35
States that few issues have pitted technology and privacy more squarely against each other than the debate over caller ID, the telephone company service that lets users see the phone number (and in some cases, the name) of the person who's calling. Proposed national caller-ID policy.
- When not to fax medical records. // RN;Mar92, Vol. 55 Issue 3, p17
Reports that the American Health Information Management Association, in an effort to safeguard confidentiality, urges extreme care when faxing patient records. Get authorization first; Only fax when hand delivery will not do; Warns against faxing to attorneys and insurance companies; More.
- Dimming the lights. Marty, M.E. // Christian Century;10/31/90, Vol. 107 Issue 31, p1007
Reflects on public persons' need for privacy. Civil inattention; Reserving strength for times of engaged attention.