The Cambridge Handbook of Consumer Privacy

Evan Selinger, Jules Polonetsky, and Omer Tene, The Cambridge Handbook of Consumer Privacy (2018)

From Danielle Citron (University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law): “For a well-rounded and deeply-informed discussion of the pressing consumer privacy issues of our time, read The Cambridge Handbook of Consumer Privacy. This volume is a rare find. It brings together thought leaders from business, government, and different disciplines in academia to explore…

Known Citizen

Sarah E. Igo, The Known Citizen: A History of Privacy in Modern America (2018)

From David Greenberg, Washington Post: “[M]asterful (and timely)… Privacy is clearly a protean concept, and Igo deftly reviews the definitions that scholars have offered in their efforts to cage its elusive essence. She judges these attempts helpful but less than conclusive. Her own ambitious solution is to embrace privacy’s multifariousness. In her marathon trek from…

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Launch course by clicking on the course image Foundations and Themes of US Privacy Law Privacy Torts and the Media in the US Law Enforcement and National Security in the US HIPAA and US Regulation of Health Data GDPR and European Privacy Law Part I: The European System and the Structure of GDPR GDPR and…