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The paper builds on earlier medico-legal work by Laurie on privacy in relation to genetic material. In this chapter, the author discusses not only Laurie's views as 'pro-privacy' but the limitations of privacy, particularly once information, genetic or otherwise, enters a public sphere. The article draws on cases and laws in the UK, continental Europe, and the US, to provide a comparative view in suggesting an alternative approach to privacy.
|Title of host publication||Genomics, Health and Society|
|Subtitle of host publication||Emerging Issues for Public Policy|
|Editors||Bartha Maria Knoppers, Charles R. Scriver|
|Publisher||Policy Research Initiative, Canada|
|Number of pages||16|
|Publication status||Published - 2003|