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8 Rutgers-Cam L.J. 219 (1976-1977)
Group Privacy: The Right to Huddle

handle is hein.journals/rutlj8 and id is 235 raw text is: GROUP PRIVACY: THE RIGHT TO HUDDLE
Edward J. Bloustein*
I. INTRODUCTION    ----------------------------------------------------------------- 220
A. The Concept of Group Privacy:
A Preliminary Statement ---------------------------------------- 221
(1)   What Is a Group and in What Sense Can
Privacy Be Attributed to Groups9   ------------221
(2)   The Interest Protected         ----------221
(3)   The Love Affair and -the Football Huddle:
Paradigms of Group Privacy      ----------------222
B. The Analytical Framework ----------------- ....-------------- 223
C. The Nonlegal Factors Which Serve to Protect
Confidences Among Associates     -------------------224
A. Physical Intrusions Upon Confidential Associations ---- 224
B. Nongovernmental Associations Between Two People -- 226
(1)   The Marital Relationship   -------------------227
(2)   The Priest-Penitent and the Lawyer-Client
Relationships ------------------ ................---------------- 229
(3)   The Physician-Patient Privilege  --------------230
(4)   Contractual Forms of Protection   -------------231
(5)   The Journalist's Privilege  ------------------ 232
(6)   A Summary Concerning Testimonial
Privilege -- ----------------233
C. Other Nongovernmental Associations       --------------234
(1)   Political and Social Organizations  ------------234
(2)   Business Organizations ---------    --------237
(a)  The Privacy of Business Affairs  ----------240
(b) The Privacy of Records Involving
Customers and Employees      --------------243
D. Governmental Organizations        --------------------- 247
(1)   The Individual Citizen    -------------------  247
(a)  The Citizen as One of the Governed ------ 247
(b)  The Individual as a Governor   -----------249
(2)   The Legislature     -------------------------- 251

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