I’m pleased to announce that Paul Schwartz and I have launched a new casebook, EU Data Protection and the GDPR. Developed from the casebook Information Privacy Law, this paperback contains key cases and materials focusing on privacy issues related to the GDPR and data protection in the European Union. Topics covered include the GDPR, Schrems cases, […]
I’m pleased to announce that the new 7th edition of my Information Privacy Law casebook is in print. The Seventh Edition of Information Privacy Law has been revised to include the California Consumer Privacy Act, the GDPR, Carpenter, state biometric data laws, and many other new developments. New to the Seventh Edition: California Consumer Privacy […]
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
Here are some notable books on privacy and security from 2019. To see a more comprehensive list of nonfiction works about privacy and security, Professor Paul Schwartz and I maintain a resource page on Nonfiction Privacy + Security Books.
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 […]
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 […]
Here are some notable books on privacy and security from 2018. To see a more comprehensive list of nonfiction works about privacy and security, Professor Paul Schwartz and I maintain a resource page on Nonfiction Privacy + Security Books.
Recently published by Cambridge University Press, Re-Engineering Humanity explores how artificial intelligence, automated decisionmaking, the increasing use of Big Data are shaping the future of humanity. This excellent interdisciplinary book is co-authored by Professors Evan Selinger and Brett Frischmann, and it critically examines three interrelated questions. Under what circumstances can using technology make us more like simple machines than actualized human […]
Evan Seligner, Jules Polonetsky, and Omer Tene have just published a terrific edited volume of essays called The Cambridge Handbook of Consumer Privacy. This is a truly impressive collection of writings by a wide array of authors from academia and practice. There’s a robust diversity of viewpoints on wide-ranging and cutting-edge issues. The book has […]
Hot off the press is Professor Woodrow Hartzog’s new book, Privacy’s Blueprint: The Battle to Control the Design of New Technologies (Harvard Univ. Press 2018). This is a fascinating and engaging book about a very important and controversial topic: Should privacy law regulate technological design?