Controlling Knowledge: Freedom of Information and Privacy Protection in a Networked World
by Lorna Stefanick
Publisher: AU Press 2011
Number of pages: 264
Who controls our access to information, and who decides what others have a right to know about us? In Controlling Knowledge, author Lorna Stefanick offers a thought-provoking and user-friendly overview of the regulatory regime that currently governs freedom of information and the protection of privacy.
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