January 21, 2004

 






 

 

 

 

 

Shades of Gray

Why is privacy so difficult to cover? Not only is the technology complicated, the debate is irrationally polarized. The solution is far more nuanced than the current public debate allows.

Jeffrey Rosen teaches law at George Washington University and is legal affairs editor of the New Republic. His new book, "The Naked Crowd: Liberty and Security in an Age of Terror," will be published by Random House next winter.

Jeffrey Rosen, on privacy, technology and the press.

 


 



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