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Alan BrinklyJeffrey Rosen has the rare ability to write about complex areas of the law with grace and clarity. In this book, he addresses one of the most important and controversial legal questions of our time: the much-contested right to privacy, which Rosen persuasively argues has been seriously damaged by a wide range of intrusive innovations in law and society. Beginning with the Lewinsky scandal, Rosen ranges widely through critical moments in recent history and presents a disturbing picture of how law and technology have combined to imperil an important, if relatively recently asserted, right.
—Alan Nevins Profesor of History, Columbia University