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Outing And Freedom Of The Press: Sexual Orientation’S Challenge To The Supreme Court’S Categorical Jurisprudence , Jon E. Grant Nov 1991

Outing And Freedom Of The Press: Sexual Orientation’S Challenge To The Supreme Court’S Categorical Jurisprudence , Jon E. Grant

Cornell Law Review

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Prescription Drug Approval And Terminal Diseases: Desperate Times Require Desperate Measures, John P. Dillman May 1991

Prescription Drug Approval And Terminal Diseases: Desperate Times Require Desperate Measures, John P. Dillman

Vanderbilt Law Review

It is no surprise that the press, in exercising its traditional first amendment freedom, often discloses truthful information about individuals that those individuals would prefer to keep private. An inevitable tension exists between the public's right to know and the individual's right to be let alone.' What is surprising, however, especially given the historic recognition of both a free press and individual privacy as rights fundamental to the preservation of American society, is that the privacy interests of the individual almost always lose. The prevalent rationale for this lopsided result is that the first amendment protects the values ...


Tolerance: The Bridge Between Religious Liberty And Privacy, David Rudenstine Jan 1991

Tolerance: The Bridge Between Religious Liberty And Privacy, David Rudenstine

Articles

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Justice Harlan And The Bill Of Rights: A Model For How A Classic Conservative Court Would Enforce The Bill Of Rights, Nadine Strossen Jan 1991

Justice Harlan And The Bill Of Rights: A Model For How A Classic Conservative Court Would Enforce The Bill Of Rights, Nadine Strossen

Articles & Chapters

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Search And Seizure Jan 1991

Search And Seizure

Touro Law Review

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Beyond Griswold: Foucauldian And Republican Approaches To Privacy, Stephen J. Schnably Jan 1991

Beyond Griswold: Foucauldian And Republican Approaches To Privacy, Stephen J. Schnably

Articles

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The Privacy Obstacle Course: Hurding Barriers To Transnational Financial Services, Joel R. Reidenberg Jan 1991

The Privacy Obstacle Course: Hurding Barriers To Transnational Financial Services, Joel R. Reidenberg

Faculty Scholarship

This article addresses the challenge to transnational financial services resulting from national regulation of information processing. National laws around the world seek to define fair information practices for the private sector and contain prohibitions on data transfers to foreign destinations that lack sufficient privacy protection. The effect of these laws for the financial services industry is significant because financial services depend on personal information. The article argues that the international attempts to harmonize information practice standards and the national efforts to regulate information processing encourage divergence of national standards for financial services. It argues that regulatory flexibility and customization is ...


Some Queries About Privacy And Constitutional Rights, Michael Grossberg Jan 1991

Some Queries About Privacy And Constitutional Rights, Michael Grossberg

Articles by Maurer Faculty

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