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In Privacy, Information, and Technology, Solove and Schwartz provide some information about privacy law and conceptions of privacy. They note that Warren and Brandeis's 1890 "The Right to Privacy" arose because of technological developments that gave alarm about privacy, including "instantaneous photography," such as the development of Kodak's 1884 "snap camera" (11), and the increase in circulation of newspapers (1,000 percent increase between 1850 and 1890). Privacy entered tort law in New Yor...more