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What is Privacy? That's the Wrong Question

Reflecting on Daniel Solove’s work, Woodrow Hartzog writes that “Privacy is still a concept in disarray. But that’s okay. There is now too much data that is collected by too many different entities and used in too many different ways for any singular definition of privacy to be legally useful anyway.”

Read more in The University of Chicago Law Review.

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