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Harvard Journal of Law & Technology Volume 18, Number 1 Fall 2004 P RIVACY IN A TLANTIS * ** T ABLE OF C ONTENTS INTRODUCTION. ................................................................................ 230 SCENE I: PRIVACY’S FORM. .............................................................. 231 A. Market-Talk. ............................................................................. 231 B. Dignity-Talk . ............................................................................ 234 SCENE II: PRIVACY’S SUBSTANCE. ................................................... 236 A. The Core Similarities . .............................................................. 237 1. Dignity’s Consent (or the Market’s Initial Allocation) . ........ 237 2. Data Protection Regulations (or Intangible Property Regulations). ................................................................... 240 B. Too Little Control. .................................................................... 244 1. The Problem: Hard Choices . ................................................. 244 2. The Response: Fortifying the Individual. .............................. 246 C. Too Much Control. ................................................................... 251 1. The Problem: Societal Overrides . ......................................... 251 2. The Response: Interest Balancing . ........................................ 252 CONCLUSION . ................................................................................... 255 APPENDIX. ........................................................................................ 257 A. Playwrights’ Commentary . ...................................................... 257 1. Clarifications. ........................................................................ 257 2. Discourse Matters. ................................................................. 260 * This paper was funded in part by UCLA School of Law, Harvard Law School, and UCLA Asian American Studies Center. This paper has been presented at the Berkman Cen- ter cyberlaw retreat and the Washington DC Privacy Law scholars group. The Hugh & Hazel Darling Law Library at UCLA School of Law provided expert research assistance. For helpful comments and suggestions on previous drafts, the authors thank Julie Cohen, Lance Hoffman, Justin Hughes, Hassan El Menyawi, William Fisher, Robert Gellman, Do Kim, Sung Hui Kim, Gerda Kleijkamp, Charles Nesson, Manuel Nodoushani, Chris Noof- nagle, Jeffrey Rosen, Marc Rotenberg, Paul Schwartz, Joseph Singer, Daniel Solove, Sonia Suter, Peter Swire, Tsubasa Wakabayashi, Rolf Weber, Jonathan Weinberg, and Jonathan Zittrain. ** Jerry Kang is Visiting Professor of Law, Georgetown Law Center; Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law. Email: kang@law.ucla.edu; website: http://jerrykang.net. Benedikt Buchner is Lecturer, University of Munich, Institute for International Law. Email: b.buchner@jura.uni-muenchen.de.
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