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Welcome to this course about privacy, We are thrilled to see that you are interested and will provide you with a comprehensive study of this intriguiging subject. We hope this course will enthuse you to look further into privacy and personal data regulation. Especially in the light of recent events it becomes more important to know about your (alleged!?) rights and freedoms. After showing you a number of interesting examples of privacy in recent events, this course continues to provide you with an historic introduction, and varying cases and court decisions. It will guide you through the cultural and legal changes in perception of privacy over time. Sometimes with a more technological perspective. Notably, in the Western world differences have accumulated over time and the differences between the USA and Europe will be explained extensively in the follow-up courses. Through video lectures and quizzes we endeavor to build a solid foundation for you to construct a well-founded opinion on privacy. Last but not least we sincerely hope you enjoy the course! Jan Smits...




Amazing course, and the instructor makes it very interesting through explaining the content in great detail. The information was also spread very well over the weeks, and flowed very well.



Through this course i understood different things from which the digital experts are dealing with.


Privacy in the Western World: 26 - 33 / 33 レビュー

by Goutham K U B


Non Credit Certificate Only

by Banpreet k



by Mohammed S


Good experience

by Ulrich R


Very basic overview of privacy in the Western world, a lot or reading material that just is not applicable.

by Jittu V


A brief study of the western legal framework to privacy and it is curated with great care and accuracy

by Camila F L


Too basic, was not what I expected. It does not go deep into privacy and its importance nowadays, interesting if you are into history.

by Abhay J


Very Poorly Taught, Information is just thrown randomly and is very out of context, In one module we discuss Modern Privacy and suddenly towards the end we're memorizing Old Treaties. Lack of Video Time and Poorly Structured Reading Material. Easy Quizzes and Very Few Evaluative Components.

by Chad E


I really didn't learn very much on this course. The lecture videos were no longer than 5 minutes (barring one or two) and there was no real substance to anything "taught" that I couldn't learn from a cursory glance on Wikipedia.