A Taxonomy of Privacy: Repose, Sanctuary, and Intimate Decision

  title={A Taxonomy of Privacy: Repose, Sanctuary, and Intimate Decision},
  author={Gary L. Bostwick},
  journal={California Law Review},
In this Comment the author suggests that the right of privacy in fact encompasses three separate and distinct rights. Unless the three interests are viewed discretely and analyzed within the appropriate framework, privacy becomes a catchall phrase, protecting too little because it protests too much. The Comment subdivides privacy into its three components-repose, sanctuary, and intimate decisionand provides a guide to aid in proper classification and analysis of privacy claims. 
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