Definition Edit

Intellectual privacy is "the protection of records of our intellectual activities."[1]

Overview Edit

"Intellectual privacy is vital to a robust culture of free expression, as it safeguards the integrity of our intellectual activities by shielding them from the unwanted gaze or interference of others."[2]

References Edit

  1. Neil M. Richards, Intellectual Privacy, 87 Texas L. Rev. 387 (2008) (full-text)
  2. Id.

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