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  1. Susannah what kind of "privacy" is being defined? Bodily privacy, locational privacy, informational privacy (as in data privacy), associational privacy, territorial privacy, communications privacy, the right to be let alone generally? http://www.rogerclarke.com/DV/Intro.html 

    What is social appropriateness? Does it have anything to do with values? Ethics? Etiquette? All of these things need to enter the wider discussion...

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