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Who is Alan Westin?
Alan Westin: Alan Furman Westin was a Professor of Public Law & Government Emeritus, Columbia University, former publisher of Privacy & American Business, and former President of the Center for Social & Legal Research.
- also known as Alan Furman Westin
- born on (85 years ago)
- nationality: United States of America
- died on in Saddle River of cancer
- written works: "The constitution and loyalty programs", "Resolving employment disputes without litigation", "Information technology in a democracy", "The trial of Martin Luther King", "Office Automation Controversy", "The anatomy of a constitutional law case", "The centers of power", "Views of America", "An autobiography of the Supreme Court", "The miracle case", "A policy analysis of citizen rights", "Privacy and freedom", "Using the public library in the computer age", "Politics and government in the United States", "The Supreme Court", "Databanks in a Free Society", "The uses of power"
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Invasion of Privacy (2005)
A Reference Handbook by Kevin M. Keenan
Alan Westin is an academic who has sought a balance between the interests of businesses and governments and the privacy protections desired by ...
by Claude Sammut, Geoffrey I. Webb
Aer Alan Westin, we understand privacy as the ability “of individuals. . . to determine for themselves when, how, and to what extent information about them is communicated to others” (Westin, ). One of the main societal concerns about modern ...
by Hossein Bidgoli
According to Alan Westin (1997) privacy is “the claim of individuals, groups, or institutions to determine for themselves when, how, and to what extent information about them is communicated to others.” Many personalized Web sites collect and ...
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