Personal privacy — transatlantic perspectives: European and American privacy: commerce, rights and justice — part II
Computer Law and Security Report
In a commercial context, there are strong moral arguments in favor of personal privacy using either a rights-based analysis or a justice-based analysis. The gap between European and American thinking about legal protection for personal privacy is partially explained by the emphasis that Europeans place on a rights-based approach, and the different way in which that approach is interpreted in the United States. This article suggests that the philosophical gap could be narrowed by placing greater emphasis on moral principles of justice in the European- US privacy dialogue. Part I of this article appeared in the last issue.
“Personal privacy — transatlantic perspectives: European and American privacy: commerce, rights and justice — part II” Published in 19 COMPUTER LAW AND SECURITY REPORT 19(2), 92 – 100 (2003) (a journal published in the UK.). (Refereed)