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The Limitations of Privacy Rights

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I have posted a draft of my new article, The Limitations of Privacy Rights, on SSRN where it can be downloaded for free.  The article critiques the effectiveness of individual privacy rights generally, as well as specific privacy rights such as the rights to information, access, correction, erasure, objection, data portability, automated decisionmaking, and more. […]

Privacy Papers for Policymakers Event

FPF Privacy Papers for Policymakers 2022

I’m honored and thrilled that my article with Professor Danielle Keats Citron, Privacy Harms, 102 B.U. Law Review — (forthcoming 2022) has been selected for recognition by the Future of Privacy Forum in the Privacy Papers for Policymakers Competition. The Privacy Papers for Policymakers Event takes place on February 10, 2022 from 1 PM to 3 PM […]

2021 Highlights: Writing and Webinars

Highlights 2021 Prof Solove Scholarship

  SCHOLARSHIP 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. Privacy Harms  Privacy Harms (with Danielle Keats Citron) forthcoming 102 B.U. Law Review __ (2022). You can download […]

Full Text of My Book, NOTHING TO HIDE: THE FALSE TRADEOFF BETWEEN PRIVACY AND SECURITY

I’m delighted to announce that I have 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. With the press’s permission, I’m posting the entire book on SSRN, free for personal use. Students assigned the book for a class may […]

Why Privacy Matters: An Interview with Neil Richards

Professor Neil Richards has published a new book, Why Privacy Matters (Oxford University Press 2021), and it’s the perfect holiday gift for anyone interested in privacy. Neil Richards is one of the world’s leading privacy experts. He holds the Koch Distinguished Chair in Law at Washington University in St. Louis where he also directs the Cordell […]

A Provocative Critique of Privacy Law: An Interview with Ari Waldman

Ari Waldman Interview

I’m delighted to be interviewing Professor Ari Waldman (Northeastern Law), who has published Industry Unbound: The Inside Story of Privacy, Data, and Corporate Power (Cambridge University Press 2021), a provocative new book about privacy law and privacy programs at corporations. In his book, Ari delivers an eviscerating critique of privacy law and of the approach to […]

Privacy Harms: A New Version

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Professor Danielle Citron and I have thoroughly revised our article, Privacy Harms, forthcoming 102 B.U. Law Review __ (2022). You can download the latest draft for free on SSRN. Some of the things we updated: We reordered the piece to discuss earlier on our theory of when harm should be required. We added a discussion of […]