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Of Privacy and Public Schooling

by Robert Oliver - 1969

Federal and state agencies, credit bureaus, employers, insurers, schools, and many others constantly collect detailed data about us all; and the safeguards ensuring that access to this data will be withheld from those who should not be privy to it are weak. In response, public opposition to the abuse of privacy is increasing; and fortunately, jurists are looking for ways to prevent interested organizations from misusing the power to preserve and retrieve information about our private lives. To abet those trying to prevent the abuse of privacy, let us reaffirm the proper use of privacy.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 70 Number 6, 1969, p. 559-564
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 1887, Date Accessed: 4/4/2020 5:49:34 AM

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