Why Privacy and Domination?
European Data Protection Law Review | Lexxion | Published : 2018
Why should we think about the value of privacy in terms of domination? Do we need to introduce a new conceptual framework for thinking about privacy issues? The response that I offer in what follows, is that thinking about privacy as something that serves an idea of freedom as the absence of domination might, in some circumstances, provide us with a more compelling account of the value of privacy than those that take autonomy to be value that is served by it.