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Privacy Defended: Protecting Yourself Online by Chris Weber, William Chan, Gary Bahadur

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Privacy Cases

News stories abound with cases of privacy litigation and compromises. The laws are still being defined, and it's the Wild West when it comes to prosecution. One major topic being debated by courts throughout the U.S. is whether public court records detailing child abuse, financial records, or medical information should be posted on the Internet. Rules governing electronic publication of documents in civil and criminal cases are being defined and debated. A panel of state court administrators will propose national guidelines that try to balance the public's right to know against an individual's right to privacy. Each state currently decides whether to post court documents online and whether to withhold some information that is otherwise ...

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