Privacy and Digital Goods
Uses the example of the conflict between the right to privacy and the digital revolution to demonstrate the need for new models of market and government intervention policies.
# 33869 | 900 words | 1 source | 2002 |
Published on Nov 11, 2003 in Law (Business) , Business (Marketing) , Law (Criminal) , Law (Constitution) , Computer and Technology (Internet) , Business (Consumer Behavior) , Hot Topics (Censorship)
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This essay discusses how the economics of digital goods have now cast doubt on traditional models of markets and government intervention. This is especially the case in the context of the notion of privacy. Many people still demand privacy in this culture and see it as their right. But privacy expectations have had to change in terms of the digital revolution.
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