Blacklists appear to be the rage these days. With the ease of storing and sharing personal information — coupled with lax privacy law restrictions on such activities — companies can increasingly create blacklists of bad customers. In this article from the Ottawa Citizen [link no longer available], hotels in Australia and Canada (and soon the United States) are […]
Archive of all posts about blacklists by Professor Daniel J. Solove for his blog at TeachPrivacy, a privacy awareness and security training company.
Online Blacklisting of Medical Malpractice Plaintiffs
In a disturbing development, websites are emerging to create blacklists of individuals who file medical malpractice claims. According to an article at Law.com: