Many people view privacy as security through anonymity; they don’t wish to become famous or even well-known.
Technologists must keep in mind that presuming people who share their PII don’t care about privacy or want everything made public can be misleading and violates individuals’ right to privacy. Dismantling contextual integrity constitutes a violation of privacy.
What is Right of Publicity?
Right of publicity is a legal concept which protects individuals against misappropriating their name, likeness or other indicia of identity for commercial gain. Although similar concepts such as privacy rights or false advertising exist, right of publicity stands apart in terms of its legal context.
The right of publicity is a civil rights statute designed to safeguard an individual’s name, likeness and other elements that define personal identity from being used for commercial gain without their consent. Most states have legislation protecting this right of publicity which contains provisions aimed at safeguarding against misuse as well as restricting endorsement or association in advertisements or endorsement.
Laws often provide for damages in cases of an unauthorized use of someone’s identity. However, certain instances where First Amendment considerations limit one’s right of publicity could limit that right; for instance preventing reporting newsworthy material or providing entertainment could violate these freedoms.
Though commonly associated with celebrities, the right of publicity applies to every individual and can be enforced against anyone whose identity is used to sell products – even without prior consent from that individual. If someone uses your identity without your permission and violates your right of publicity then legal action can be taken.
People’s right of publicity does not end upon death – in fact, 12 states have laws which permit deceased individuals’ right of publicity to continue being protected for an extended period.
Rights of publicity and copyrights differ significantly when applied to digital images. While rights of publicity protect individuals against misappropriation of their names and likenesses, copyrights provide protection for artistic works with identifiable authors. While both concepts are somewhat similar, the law recognizes there may be times when elements from both may need to be combined in order to address modern society’s unique concerns. This is particularly applicable in cases involving online content where this allows laws to adapt as technology changes and address modern society’s unique concerns more efficiently.
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