Podcast: How Anne Boleyn gave us our right to privacy
We take it for granted in America that the state can't intrude into our thoughts, for instance," said the U.S. Department of Justice's Peter Winn in "How Anne Boleyn Gave Us Our Right to Privacy," the most recent episode of the DecodeDC's podcast. "And I'm not sure if that's just a sort of given if you go to other countries in the world. It's certainly isn't a given if you go back in time."
Join special guest Winn and DecodeDC team Rachel Quester and Eric Krupke as they delve into the storied history of an individual's right to privacy, one that they maintain begins "way back in the medieval times " with "Henry VIII, Anne Boleyn and the battles between Catholics and Protestants over how to achieve salvation."