I posted a draft of my new article, Murky Consent: An Approach to the Fictions of Consent in Privacy Law. It is just a draft, and I welcome feedback. You can download it for free here: Here’s the abstract: Consent plays a profound role in nearly all privacy laws. As Professor Heidi Hurd aptly said, consent […]
It’s a new year in privacy, and as usual, there are many things to watch. Here are 5 burning questions:
This webinar focused on themes from Danielle Citron’s new book, The Fight for Privacy: online harassment and hate, Section 230, and how privacy invasions disproportionately are targeted at women. We discussed the implications of Dobbs, where the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the right to abortion. As Elizabeth Joh points out in a recent article, the […]
Here’s my new Halloween cartoon. It captures the many different privacy laws that organizations must follow. I’m curious to know the various combinations of privacy laws that various organizations must deal with. Please take my super short survey below. Thanks!
Here is a recording of my interview with Jodi & Justin Daniels of Red Clover Advisors with their series, She Said Privacy/He Said Security, In this interview I discuss how to educate your team on data privacy and security. I also reveal how to lead engaging training sessions on privacy laws, the different types of […]
Free download of Chapter 1 of PRIVACY LAW FUNDAMENTALS (6th ed. 2022) An Overview of Privacy Law The chapter covers the types of privacy law, provides a list of US federal privacy laws, and includes an historical timeline of major developments in privacy law.
I am pleased to announce that Professor Paul Schwartz and I have just published a new 6th edition of our book, PRIVACY LAW FUNDAMENTALS. Now in a new 6th edition for 2022, PRIVACY LAW FUNDAMENTALS is a distilled guide to the essential elements of U.S. data privacy law. In an easily-digestible format, the book covers […]
In this webinar, I moderate a discussion about recent privacy laws, what works, what fails, the virtues/vices of a private right of action, and other ideas for creating good laws. Speakers include: Lauren Scholz (Florida State Law) Ari Waldman (Northeastern Law) Margot Kaminski (Colorado Law) You can see the archived webinar by clicking the button […]
I’m delighted to announce that my new book, Breached!, with Professor Woodrow Hartzog is now out in print: BREACHED! WHY DATA SECURITY LAW FAILS AND HOW TO IMPROVE IT (Oxford University Press, March 1, 2022) Website for Breached! Breached! Amazon Page Excerpt from the book jacket description: Drawing insights from many fascinating stories about data breaches, Solove […]
The final published version of my article with Professor Paul Schwartz, ALI Data Privacy: Overview and Black Letter Text., 68 UCLA L. Rev. 1262 (2022) is now posted on SSRN and available as a free download. The article is based on the ALI Data Privacy Principles. Professor Paul Schwartz and I were the co-reporters on […]