Continuing our #VSI25 celebration of 25 years of the 'Very Short Introduction' series, for September we're exploring privacy in peril and giving you free access to the first chapter of Raymond Wacks' 'Privacy: A Very Short Introduction'
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Explore the controversial topic of privacy with the first chapter of 'Privacy: A Very Short Introduction':
Electronic and aerial surveillance, biometrics, closed circuit TV (CCTV), identity cards, radio frequency identification (RFID) codes, online security, encryption, the Google ‘right to be forgotten’ controversy, interception of email, the monitoring of employees, DNA, cloning, stem cell research, the ‘war on terror’—to mention only a few—all raise fundamental questions about privacy...