The Wake Forest Law Review Online has published an essay on internet privacy, online censorship and intellectual property rights: The Myth of Perfection by Derek E. Bambauer.
In The Myth of Perfection, Derek Bambauer explores the impact of the pursuit of perfection on internet privacy, online censorship and intellectual property protection. Bambauer argues that the “obsession” with perfection may threaten innovation and detract from more pressing privacy concerns. Ultimately, Bambauer concludes that in the place of perfection, “we should adopt the more realistic, and helpful, conclusion that often good enough is . . . good enough.”
Derek E. Bambauer, The Myth of Perfection, 2 Wake Forest L. Rev. Online 22 (2012), http://wakeforestlawreview.com/the-myth-of-perfection.