Moving into More Uncharted and Controversial Waters: The Body as Property, Personal Information as Property, Cultural Property, and State Redistributive Claims
This chapter considers how property rights claims should be treated in cases in which the law is emerging or unsettled. If we (as a society) determine that the ‘body’ is property, that ‘personal information’ is property, or that ‘cultural claims’ are property, what power should such claims have? Does the model of rights/public interests relations provide any guidance in these cases?
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