An extremely comprehensive survey of the privacy laws of nearly every nation in the world.
An illuminating and wise discussion of information security.
An interesting discussion of how nations from around the world recalibrated their law’s balance between privacy and security following 9/11.
A wise and thoughtful examination of how to sensibly promote security without unduly sacrificing liberty.
An excellent treatise on the law of privacy.
Andrew E. Taslitz, Reconstructing the Fourth Amendment: A History of Search and Seizure, 1789-1868 (2006)
A fascinating historical account of the early days of the Fourth Amendment.
A provocative defense of strong Executive Branch national security surveillance and other measures.
Christopher Slobogin, Privacy at Risk: The New Government Surveillance and the Fourth Amendment (2007)
A comprehensive and sophisticated vision for how to reinvigorate the Fourth Amendment.
An fascinating history of privacy, gossip, and defamation.
A wonderful sociological account of fear, security, and liberty in times of crisis.