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Privacy and Manipulation in the Digital Age

Authors

ZARSKY Tal Zvi

Year of publication 2019
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Theoretical Inquiries in Law
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Law

Citation
Web Open access článku
Doi http://dx.doi.org/10.1515/til-2019-0006
Keywords law; privacy; cybersecurity; manipulation
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Description This Article begins by emphasizing the importance of addressing the manipulation-based argument, which derives from several crucial problems and flaws in the legal and policy setting currently striving to meet the challenges of the digital age. Next, the Article examines whether the manipulation-based concerns are sustainable, or are merely a visceral response to changing technologies which cannot be provided with substantial analytical backing. Here the Article details the reasons for striving to block manipulative conduct and, on the other hand, reasons why legal intervention should be, in the best case, limited. The Article concludes with some general implications of this discussion for the broader themes and future directions of privacy law, while trying to ascertain whether the rise of the manipulationbased discourse will lead to information privacy’s expansion or perhaps its demise.
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