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How Much Privacy Should We Have?

A talk and discussion about privacy

In a talk and discussion about privacy Annabelle Lever will be asking how much privacy should we have? Is privacy really valuable in a democratic society and, if so, why? Should each person be an island, allowing across their bridges only those who have explicit permission? Or should we aspire to live more openly, more communally and with fewer secrets? When, if ever, is it okay to compromise someone's privacy? How far, in any case, does our right to privacy extend? Dr Annabelle Lever is a Fellow at the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method at the London School of Economics.


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Date and Time:

30 June 2009 at 8:00 pm


3 hours



The Wheatsheaf
25 Rathbone Place

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