A fascinating discussion of current psychological research about what the products we buy reveal about us.
Anupam Chander, Lauren Gelman, and Margaret Jane Radin (editors), Securing Privacy in the Internet Age (2008)
An interesting selection of essays about information privacy.
A very interesting exploration of privacy in Islamic law.
Provides a clear, concise, and accessible synthesis of the field of information privacy.
A deft and accessible account of how the generation growing up today will face increasing challenges to their privacy.
A detailed and compelling history of how 9/11 altered privacy and surveillance in the US and UK.
A very informative account of those who work in the privacy advocacy community.
The best and most comprehensive intellectual history of the Fourth Amendment ever written.
An engaging and highly readable account of how and why identity theft happens, as well as the harms it causes to victims.
Samuel Dash, The Intruders: Unreasonable Searches and Seizures from King John to John Ashcroft (2004)
Excellent very accessible history of the Fourth Amendment.