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The Future of Privacy

May 30, 2024

Many Americans see privacy as a crucial right, even though it’s not explicitly stated in the Constitution. With advancements in electronic technologies, concerns about privacy have intensified. These concerns prompt tough questions about what privacy entails, where and when we should expect it, and who should safeguard it. What does “private” mean? What aspects of our lives should be shielded from scrutiny, and by whom? How should we balance privacy with the needs of an open society? How do new digital technologies affect our expectations of privacy?

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