Nothing to Hide: The False Tradeoff
Between Privacy and Security
I posted the full text of my book, NOTHING TO HIDE: THE FALSE TRADEOFF BETWEEN PRIVACY AND SECURITY (Yale University Press 2011) on SSRN for free.
I published a short essay with Professor Danielle Keats Citron: Standing and Privacy Harms: A Critique of TransUnion v. Ramirez, 101 B.U. L. Rev. Online 62 (2021). The essay critiques the recent Supreme Court decision, TransUnion v. Ramirez (U.S. June 25, 2021) where the Court held that plaintiffs lacked standing to use FCRA’s private right of action to sue for being falsely labeled as terrorists in their credit reports.
I published quite a number of whiteboards about the privacy laws of countries around the world.
- Webinar Cross Border Data Transfer
- WEBINAR: CHINA’S PIPL – A NEW ERA OF PRIVACY IN CHINA
- Conversation with FPF’s Jules Polonetsky
- Conversation with Guernsey’s Data Protection Commissioner Emma Martins
- Dark Patterns – A Conversation with Elkina, Ross, and Solove
- A View to Next Year and Beyond with Travis LeBlanc, Simon McDougall, Daniel Solove, Justin Antonipillai
- Why Privacy Matters: An Interview with Neil Richards
- A Provocative Critique of Privacy Law: An Interview with Ari Waldman
- Panoptic Surveillance and Privacy’s Future: An Interview with Oscar Gandy
- Developments in Data Incident Response: An Interview with Mahmood Sher-Jan
- Privacy at the Margins: An Interview with Scott Skinner-Thompson on Privacy and Marginalized Groups
- Covid-19 and Data Breach Litigation: An Interview of Daniel Raymond
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This post was authored by Professor Daniel J. Solove, who through TeachPrivacy develops computer-based privacy and data security training. He also posts at his blog at LinkedIn, which has more than 1 million followers.
Professor Solove is the organizer, along with Paul Schwartz, of the Privacy + Security Forum an annual event designed for seasoned professionals.