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New Supplemental Materials for INFORMATION PRIVACY LAW Casebooks


I am pleased to announce that Professor Paul Schwartz and I have released new supplemental materials for our INFORMATION PRIVACY LAW casebooks:

(1) edited version of Carpenter v. US

(2) overview of the CCPA + state biometric privacy laws

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Privacy Law Fundamentals – New 2019 Edition

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I am pleased to announce the publication of the new edition of PRIVACY LAW FUNDAMENTALS, my short guide to privacy law with Prof Paul Schwartz.  The purpose of this compact treatise is to distill the vast terrain of privacy law to the essential cases, regulations, statutes, and other notable developments.  We aim to provide what you need to know about privacy law in a concise volume that doesn’t weigh 500 pounds. We hope that this book will serve as a privacy law reference that you can readily keep at hand.

You can obtain a copy of the book at the IAPP bookstore.  A lot has happened in privacy law since the last edition because every day there’s something new in this field.  Here’s the table of contents.

Please visit my casebook website — Information Privacy Law — to find out more info about this book, as well as my casebooks with Paul Schwartz.

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A Decade of Notable Privacy and Security Books

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I’m pleased to announce that there is a newly-created archive of all of my notable privacy+security books posts – for years 2008-present.  Together, there are probably about 100 books featured.  The past decade has seen a tremendous abundance of scholarship on privacy and security topics, and there are some truly essential books discussed in these posts.

If you’re interested in a more comprehensive listing of privacy+security books (including books written before the past 10 years), Paul Schwartz and I maintain a page over at our Privacy+Security Academy website that lists privacy+security non-fiction books.

 

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