Originally published in 1994.
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The empirical findings of this important book should shape public policy on fashioning appropriate data protection for the private sector in North America in the immediate future. The book is further distinguished as an insider's account; Smith understands the business world and empathizes with its problems, just as he prescribes solutions.David H. Flaherty, Information and Privacy Commissioner, Province of British Columbia
The book is remarkable for its even-handed treatment of an incredibly complex issue. Finally, someone has written a treatise providing solutions, not just criticism. . . . Managing Privacy is a book anyone interested in the economic future of our country should read, deliberate and act upon.Cowles Report on Database Marketing
This is without doubt a landmark book, the best informed and most insightful examination of the growing challenge to individual privacy in many years.David Burnham, Syracuse University
Well-crafted. . . . An important contribution to the literature.Library Journal