Ryan Calo writes:
The website Wikileaks recently published hundreds of thousands of confidential State Department cables. These communications apparently revealthe details of conversations with, and personal impressions and assessments of, foreign leaders and diplomats. Many fear that the leak will undermine international relations in profound and unknowable ways. One of the unintended consequence of the leak, however, may be to strengthen the case for a national consumer privacy law.
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