Frank M. Tuerkheimer

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T he concept of privacy as a separate right was first articulated over 100 years ago when then attorney Louis Brandeis and Samuel Warren wrote an article in the Harvard Law Review urging recognition of a right to privacy, or as they so eloquently phrased it, the "right to be let alone" [1]. Law review articles, however, are not the same as legislative acts.(More)
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