Hetcher applies his theory of norms to tort law and Internet privacy laws.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements; Introduction; Part I. The Pattern Conception of Norms: 1. Rule conception versus pattern conception; 2. Rational norms; 3. Norm utilitarianism; 4. Emergent moral norms; 5. Critical moral norms; Part II. Negligent Norms: 6. The traditional rule of custom; 7. The evidentiary rule of custom; 8. A world of dangerous norms and customs; 9. Regulating the rule of custom to create safe social norms; 10. Juror norms and the reasonable person standard; 11. Rejection of the dominant paradigm of negligence; Part III. Cyberspace Privacy Norms: 12. Harmful online personal data practices; 13. The emergence of online privacy entitlements; 14. Website privacy respect: real and feigned; Conclusion; Notes; Index.
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