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Nothing Sacred: The Politics of Privacy

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Center for Public Integrity, Nothing Sacred: The Politics of Privacy (1998) (not available online).

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This Report explores how sensitive financial information and personal data are bought and sold by scores of companies, often without the subjects' knowledge or permission. Health care records are similarly available to prying eyes. In the workplace, telephone conversations often are monitored. This study investigates how Congress has put big-money corporate interests ahead of the basic privacy rights of the American people.

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