The Eternal Criminal Record1

James B. Jacobs, The Eternal Criminal Record (2015)

Franklin Zimring (U.C. Berkeley) writes: “This is the first sustained and analytic look at profoundly important policy on criminal records. In accessible prose, Jacobs provides a guide for legal and criminal justice scholars, practitioners and advocates, and anyone concerned with privacy, employment policy, and race relations. A very important book.” Milton Heumann (Rutgers University) writes:…

Privacy in the new media age

Jon L. Mills, Privacy in the New Media Age (2015)

Clay Calvert (U. Florida College of Journalism and Communications) writes: “Mills explores possible modernization of the intrusion tort, calls for greater weight to be placed on human dignity interests, suggests redefining personal space to fit our times, and offers multiple approaches for recalibrating the delicate balance between press freedom and privacy rights.”  Chris Hoofnagle (U.C.…