Moral problems, argues Professor Raymond Wacks, pervade the legal
system, and he shows how the judicial function, the sources of
legitimacy, and the protection of rights have an inescapable
ethical dimension. The second part of the book focuses on the
private domain and the legal concept of privacy. The extent to
which the law ought to preserve a distinctly private realm is a
pressing concern in our surveillance society in which personal
information is increasingly collected, transferred, and stored.
This controversial and difficult subject is one into which
Professor Wacks, a leading expert in this field, is uniquely
qualified to offer important insights.
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