Is personal privacy a lost cause?
13 December 2010
Privacy is worth fighting for, but the hardest question in any law of privacy is where the boundary between private and public should lie, and that boundary is being continually redrawn,writes Professor Barbara McDonald in The National Times.
"Legislators and courts are tackling privacy issues with vigour.
"Yet the unstoppable advances in technology, media and communications which stir up so much social agitation about privacy also highlight the law's limitations."
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