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Published on Nov 30, 2010
Before a recent ACS event exploring the substantial influence of Louis Brandeis on privacy rights, Duquesne University law school professor and interim dean Ken Gormley talked with ACSblog about the history and evolution of privacy rights. Gormley credited Brandeis and Samuel Warren with advancing a notion of privacy that remains "potent" today and noted the mounting challenges to privacy rights.