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Building on past research regarding privacy and digital librarianship, this study surveyed managers of digital libraries across the USA to gauge prevalent attitudes regarding individual privacy versus access to information. In the wake of controversy surrounding the European Union’s 2014 ruling regarding the ‘right to be forgotten’, the authors sought to develop a better understanding of how digital library managers in the USA handle privacy concerns, such as takedown requests, especially in light of the strong protections for first amendment rights in the USA.
Dressler, V., Rowan, K., Bakker, R. Managing privacy: A survey of practices in digital archives and libraries. Journal of Digital Media Management Volume 9 / Number 2 / WINTER 2021, pp. 177-190(14)
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