Measuring Costs and Benefits of Privacy Controls: Conceptual Issues and Empirical Estimates Open Access
As more and more items of personal information become potentially available to internet providers, the government, and employers, a lively debate has emerged about the role of public policy in ensuring a proper balance between the various parties who may benefit from greater access to information, and the protection of individual rights to privacy.
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