This paper examines the intersection of privacy and access in archival repositories. Archival repositories are well known for containing restricted material, and for protecting the privacy of the donors. This literature review examines the need for restricted material from both legal and ethical standpoints, as well as discussing culturally sensitive materials while determining what archives and libraries can do to protect both themselves and their donors while enhancing accessibility and freedom of information.
Tessler, C. Z. (2014). Privacy, Restriction, and Access: Legal and Ethical Dilemmas. School of Information Student Research Journal, 4(1). https://doi.org/10.31979/2575-2499.040105 Retrieved from https://scholarworks.sjsu.edu/ischoolsrj/vol4/iss1/5