“The Right to Privacy” by S. Warren and L. Brandeis – The Story of a Scientific Article in the United States
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The author of this paper will examine the history and influence of “The Right to Privacy,” a scientific article written at the end of the nineteenth century by S. Warren and L. Brandeis on the development of the right to privacy in the United States. The paper will also present the main thesis of the article, which illustrates how the right to privacy was understood at the time. Furthermore, the author will also explore the impact of the article on jurisprudence and case law in the United States, and identify the most important solutions of US federal statutory law. Finally, she will discuss the research of F.R. Shapiro in the United States, humorously referred to as “citatology,” which indicates that the above-mentioned article is one of the most influential scientific legal works in the United States.
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