A great chronicle of the development of privacy law and policy in Sweden, Canada, France, Germany, and the United States.
A superb discussion of the political dimensions of privacy law in many countries.
A very insightful and thought-provoking account of how the increasing mobility and impersonal nature of modern life leads to increased surveillance in order to assess people’s reputations.
An insightful examination of how various institutions and businesses formulate their privacy policies.
The best discussion of how and why Congress has passed certain privacy laws. Far from dull, the legislative process is fascinating, and this book is extremely illuminating and interesting.
A highly readable account of various privacy cases. Discusses cases as individual stories, and provides interesting background about the people involved and how the cases affected their lives.
A concise and intelligent philosophical discussion of privacy. Includes a good overview of other philosophical accounts of privacy.
A good set of essays by an interdisciplinary group of scholars on genetic privacy.
The best intellectual history of privacy, from ancient to modern times. Although the series spans five volumes, it is highly readable and contains numerous illustrations of art and historical artifacts.
A terrific compilation of essays about privacy and technology.