The Second Wave of Global Privacy Protection: Symposium Introduction

November 2013
Ohio State Law Journal;2013, Vol. 74 Issue 6, p841
Academic Journal
An introduction to the symposium titled "The Second Wave of Global Privacy Protection" hosted by the periodical on November 16, 2012 is presented in which the history of privacy as a global and technological policy issue since the origin of Internet is discussed.


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