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Freedom of Speech and Segmenting the Citizens
Unformatted Document Text:  ICA-10-10582 25 McWhirter, D. A. and J. D. Bible (1992). Privacy as A Constitutional Right: Sex, Drugs and the Right to Life. New York, Quorum Books. Mill, J. S. and S. Collini (1989). On Liberty; with The Subjection of Women; and Chapters on Socialism. New York, Cambridge University Press. Nock, S. L. (1993). The Costs of Privacy: Surveillance and Reputation in America. New York, Aldine De Gruyter. Norris, C., J. Moran, et al. (1998). Algorithmic Surveillance: The Future of Automated Visual Surveillance. Surveillance, Closed Circuit Television and Social Control. G. Armstrong. Brookfield, VT, Ashgate Publishing: 256-275. Perry (1998). The Future of Privacy: Private Life and Public Policy. London, Demos. 1. Post, R. C. (1995). Constitutional Domains: Democracy Community, Management. Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard University Press. Putnam, R. D. (2000). Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community. New York, Simon & Schuster. Regan, P. M. (1995). Privacy and the Common Good: Implications for Public Policy. Legislating Privacy: Technology, Social Values, and Public Policy. Durham, NC, University of North Carolina Press: 212-243. Reiman, J. H. (1995). "Driving to the Panopticon: A Philosophical Exploration of the Risks to Privacy Posed by the Highway technology of the Future." Santa Clara Computer & High Tech. Law Journal 27: 27-44. Schwarz, P. M. (1999). "Privacy and Democracy in Cyberspace." Vanderbilt Law Review 52: 1609-1702. Schwarz, P. M. (2000). "Free Speech vs. Information Privacy: Eugene Volokh’s First Amendment Jurisprudence." Stanford Law Review 52(5): 1559-1573. State of Minnesota v. Casino Marketing, No. C1-91-598, 1991 Minn. LEXIS 295, at (November 6, 1992). Sunstein, C. R. (2001). Republic.com. Princeton, NJ, Princeton University Press. Turner, J. C. (1991). Social Influence. Pacific Grove, CA, Brooks/Cole Publishing Company. Turow, J. (1997). Breaking Up America. Chicago, Chicago University Press. Volokh, E. (1996). Freedom of Speech and the Constitutional Tension Method. University of Chicago Law School Roundtable. Volokh, E. (2000). "Freedom of Speech and Information Privacy: The Troubling Implications of a Right to Stop People From Speaking About You." Stanford Law Review 52(5): 1049-1124. Volokh, E. (2000). "Freedom of Speech and Speech About Political Candidates: The Unintended Consequences of Three Proposals." Harvard Journal Law and Public Policy 24: 47-70. Zittrain, J. (2000). "What the Publisher Can Teach the Patient: Intellectual Property and Privacy in the Era of Trusted Privication." Stanford Law Review 52(5): 1201-1250.

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McWhirter, D. A. and J. D. Bible (1992). Privacy as A Constitutional Right: Sex, Drugs and the Right to Life.
New York, Quorum Books.
Mill, J. S. and S. Collini (1989). On Liberty; with The Subjection of Women; and Chapters on Socialism. New
York, Cambridge University Press.
Nock, S. L. (1993). The Costs of Privacy: Surveillance and Reputation in America. New York, Aldine De
Gruyter.
Norris, C., J. Moran, et al. (1998). Algorithmic Surveillance: The Future of Automated Visual Surveillance.
Surveillance, Closed Circuit Television and Social Control. G. Armstrong. Brookfield, VT, Ashgate
Publishing: 256-275.
Perry (1998). The Future of Privacy: Private Life and Public Policy. London, Demos. 1.
Post, R. C. (1995). Constitutional Domains: Democracy Community, Management. Cambridge, Massachusetts,
Harvard University Press.
Putnam, R. D. (2000). Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community. New York, Simon
& Schuster.
Regan, P. M. (1995). Privacy and the Common Good: Implications for Public Policy. Legislating Privacy:
Technology, Social Values, and Public Policy. Durham, NC, University of North Carolina Press: 212-
243.
Reiman, J. H. (1995). "Driving to the Panopticon: A Philosophical Exploration of the Risks to Privacy Posed by
the Highway technology of the Future." Santa Clara Computer & High Tech. Law Journal 27: 27-44.
Schwarz, P. M. (1999). "Privacy and Democracy in Cyberspace." Vanderbilt Law Review 52: 1609-1702.
Schwarz, P. M. (2000). "Free Speech vs. Information Privacy: Eugene Volokh’s First Amendment
Jurisprudence." Stanford Law Review 52(5): 1559-1573.
State of Minnesota v. Casino Marketing, No. C1-91-598, 1991 Minn. LEXIS 295, at (November 6, 1992).
Sunstein, C. R. (2001). Republic.com. Princeton, NJ, Princeton University Press.
Turner, J. C. (1991). Social Influence. Pacific Grove, CA, Brooks/Cole Publishing Company.
Turow, J. (1997). Breaking Up America. Chicago, Chicago University Press.
Volokh, E. (1996). Freedom of Speech and the Constitutional Tension Method. University of Chicago Law
School Roundtable.
Volokh, E. (2000). "Freedom of Speech and Information Privacy: The Troubling Implications of a Right to Stop
People From Speaking About You." Stanford Law Review 52(5): 1049-1124.
Volokh, E. (2000). "Freedom of Speech and Speech About Political Candidates: The Unintended Consequences
of Three Proposals." Harvard Journal Law and Public Policy 24: 47-70.
Zittrain, J. (2000). "What the Publisher Can Teach the Patient: Intellectual Property and Privacy in the Era of
Trusted Privication." Stanford Law Review 52(5): 1201-1250.


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