In The Wall Street Journal, L. Gordon Crovitz writes that in light of a phone hacking scandal, definitions of the right to privacy need to be updated. The debate surrounding the right to privacy in recent years has focused on new media, he writes, "but when we post details about ourselves on social media or reply to online marketing, we are choosing to become less private." Hacking phones is "a clear-cut violation of privacy," Crovitz writes, "but the clarity of this violation highlights how much ambiguity there is in other claimed areas of privacy." (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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