In this Article, I want to raise doubts about certain of Moore's premises in his argument defending information privacy rights. As always and I say this as a continuing admirer of his skill as a philosopher, information theorist, and legal theorist his argument is well thought out and persuasively written. But, as we will see, there are serious problems with each major plank of his schema for justifying privacy rights.
Kenneth E. Himma,
Separation, Risk, and the Necessity of Privacy to Well-Being: A Comment On Adam Moore's Toward Informational Privacy Rights,
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