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Edward McNicholas & Vivek K. Mohan (editors), Cybersecurity: A Practical Guide to the Law of Cyber Risk (2015)
Daniel Solove’s thoughts about the book from his interview with McNicholas: The treatise is a superb guide to this rapidly-growing body of law, and it is nicely succinct as treatises go. It is an extremely useful volume that I’m delighted I have on my desk. If you practice in this field, get this book.
Privacy, Security, and Accountability is a terrific collection of essays by leading thinkers on privacy and security. These essays explore philosophically the role of privacy and security in democratic society. The chapters have depth and tackle the enduring questions in insightful and interesting ways. Rich with theory, the book is also accessible and timely.
The book has a wonderful selection of short philosophical essays on privacy, and I’m honored to be included among the terrific group of chapter authors, who include Anita Allen, Paul Schwartz, Helen Nissenbaum, Judith Wagner DeCew, Kirsty Hughes, Colin Bennett, Adam Moore, and Priscilla Regan, among many others. Each chapter is succinct and well-chosen.
Lawrence Lessig (Harvard Law School) writes: “Beautifully written and powerfully argued, Laws of Image shows us how the law develops through culture, leaving us with a rich sense of the struggle that remains as digital culture renders the image as common as the bit.” Stuart Banner (UCLA Law) writes: “In a series of compelling stories…