A Call From the Panopticon to the Judicial Chamber “Expect Privacy!â€

Julia Alpert Gladstone


Privacy is necessary in order for one to develop physically, mentally and affectively. Autonomy and self definition
have been recognized by the United States Supreme Court as being values of privacy. In our technologically
advanced, and fear driven society, however, our right to privacy has been severely eroded. Due to encroachment
by government and business we have a diminished expectation of privacy. This article examines the detriments to
self and society which result from a reduced sphere of privacy, as well as offering a modest suggestion for a
method to reintroduce an improved conception of privacy into citizens’ lives.


Privacy, Technology, Judiciary, Autonomy, Statute

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