How is new technology impacting on the more general question of privacy in cyberspace? Is the original notion of an expectation of anonymity on the internet still viable? Can technology pierce through the expectation of privacy even without judicial interference? Do individuals need protection from such technology? Is there technology available to protect the individual? Should these technological tools be regulated? Should the law differentiate between various types of alleged “illegal” behavior; e.g., IP infringement, defamation, possession of pornography and terrorism? Are there international standards that can assist in regulating the intersection between technology and privacy in cyberspace?
Copyright & Privacy - Through the Technology Lens, 4 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 242 (2005)UIC Review of Intellectual Property Law
Citation InformationMichael A. Geist et al., Copyright & Privacy - Through the Technology Lens, 4 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 242 (2005)