Freedom of Expression and Freedom of Information: Essays in Honour of Sir David Williams (Jack Beatson and Yvonne M. Cripps)
This volume of essays examines two freedoms that play a central role in modern democracies: the free exchange and dissemination of ideas coupled with the principle of open, and therefore more accountable, government. Topics covered include freedom of speech, religion and assembly; defamation of the State and of politicians; and the protection of privacy.
Professor Aman's contribution, chapter 20, is titled "Information, Privacy, and Technology: Citizens, Clients, or Consumers?".
Professor Cripps's contribution, chapter 17, is titled "The Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998".
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Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Information, Great Britain
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Cripps, Yvonne and Aman, Alfred C., "Freedom of Expression and Freedom of Information: Essays in Honour of Sir David Williams (Jack Beatson and Yvonne M. Cripps)" (2000). Books by Maurer Faculty. 125.