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Bennett describes a network of self identified privacy advocates who have emerged from civil societywithout official sanction and with few resources but surprisingly influential a number of high profile conflicts in recent years have brought this international advocacy movement more sharply into focus bennett is the first to examine the nothing to hide argument states that government surveillance programs do not threaten privacy unless they uncover illegal activities and that if they do uncover illegal activities the person committing these activities does not have the right to keep them private a person who favors this argument may state ive got nothing to hide and therefore does not express opposition to a thoroughly researched well structured and highly readable account of the persons and groups behind the privacy movements their motivations strategies and the conflicts they encounter this book completes the highly acclaimed groundbreaking work on the political analysis of regulating privacyherbert burkertpressestimmen academics could benefit from the books engagement with theory and practiceand activists could benefit from its ability to connect together causes ideas and efforts under the banner of privacyheres a list of notable privacy books published in 2008 colin j bennett the privacy advocates resisting the spread of surveillance mit press 2008

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