Privacy and Human Rights Violations in the Twenty-First Century
In a world where technology is rapidly transforming aspects of everyday life, human rights and personal privacy is being redefined and needs to be challenged.
“Human rights are universal, indivisible, interdependent, interrelated, and inalienable. In this palace with many chambers, one human right is not superior to any other.”
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“Privacy in the Modern Age,” Edited by Marc Rotenburg, Julia Horwitz, and Jeramie Scott, will be an essential reference for policy makers, researchers, journalists and other looking to answer one of modern day’s biggest questions: how do we protect our privacy?