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Free Speech, Internet Privacy and the 'Right to Be Forgotten'

WatchIT (Firm), (Distributor). Kanopy (Firm), (Distributor).
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  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (streaming video file) (28 minutes): digital, .flv file, sound
  • Publisher: [San Francisco, California, USA] : WatchIT, 2017.

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Peter S. Vogel
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Originally produced by WatchIT in 2017.
Summary, etc.:
Freedom of speech is an ideal that historians tell us has its roots in the early 5th century; the concept is generally credited to the ancient Greeks. The right to privacy is an equally coveted principle that has had an interesting history as well. In fact, Louis Brandeis, a prominent lawyer and justice of the US Supreme Court, published an article in the 1890℗Harvard Law Review℗extolling the right to privacy.. Today, protecting freedom of speech and the right to privacy are center stage concerns, with the Internet being the leading area of focus. In this program, attorney and technologist Peter Vogel discusses free speech and Internet privacy. By watching this report, viewers will gain valuable insight and understanding into these critical issues of the day.
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Mode of access: World Wide Web.
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In English
Subject: Career Development.
Genre: Education films.

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