Governing Through Privacy: Authoritarian Liberalism, Law, and Privacy Knowledge*

@article{Lippert2016GoverningTP,
  title={Governing Through Privacy: Authoritarian Liberalism, Law, and Privacy Knowledge*},
  author={Randy K. Lippert and Kevin Walby},
  journal={Law, Culture and the Humanities},
  year={2016},
  volume={12},
  pages={329 - 352}
}
In this article, we examine the production of privacy knowledge and uses of privacy law in relation to liberal governmentality. Understanding liberal governmentality remains critical insofar as authoritarian practices and liberalism are intertwined. We argue the birth of privacy studies and the rise of the notion of ‘privacy by design’ demonstrate a coupling of security and privacy and the embedding of privacy protocol in surveillance technologies consistent with authoritarian liberalism. We… Expand
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