Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Scientific American on Privacy

The September issue of Scientific American is a special issue devoted to privacy in the age of the internet. Interesting reading for students in LIB courses. Articles cover privacy issues related to wiretapping, RFID tags, medical genetics and social networking. Ester Dyson writes about "Reflections on Privacy 2.0" and in an article I found fascinating, Daniel J. Solove discusses "The End of Privacy?" Scientific American is available on the Ebscohost platform in Academic Search, Business Source and the General Science Collection.

1 comment:

Stephen Francoeur said...

Here's a direct link to the article in Academic Search Premier.