This conference contributes to the energetic and transnational dialogue currently going on about privacy: How do we define it? Is it a right, an interest, a value, or something else? Privacy against what? Privacy from whom? Is privacy necessarily in tension with free expression? Or is it often an essential predicate to it? How have different political regimes answered these questions? How do entities and individuals navigate those conflicting transnational approaches?
This is the program for the conference.
University of Michigan Law School, "International Perspectives on Privacy and Free Expression: Concepts, Conflicts, Consequences" (2017). Event Materials.