posted Aug 26, 2003
in Communication Ethics

This entry is part of the BlogBook called "The Ethics of Modern Communication".

Communication Ethics book part for Communication Privacy. (This is an automatically generated summary to avoid having huge posts on this page. Click through to read this post.)

Let us try to cast this refined version of the concept of "privacy" in terms of the communication model. Despite the fact that I consider discussing the ethics of surveillance beyond the domain of this essay, it is worth observing that one kind of surveillance can be easily modelled, the wire tap:


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