LAWF 3530 Privacy Law (3,0,0)

Credits: 3 credits
Delivery: Campus

Students analyse the variety of legal issues that arise in the field of privacy. Students explore the meaning of privacy. They examine how laws serve both to protect and to invade privacy. Students consider the conflict between privacy and other legal interests. They contemplate how (and whether) privacy can be protected in an age where – to the chagrin of many, but the delight of some – “everything ends up on the internet these days."
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