I chatted on LinkedIn Live about AI and Privacy Harms with Luiza Jarovsky about my article, Privacy Harms with Danielle Citron. Luiza has a great newsletter called The Privacy Whisperer – definitely worth subscribing to. You can read my Privacy Harms article here. Here is the video of our chat.
Here’s a roundup of my scholarship and writings for 2022. SCHOLARSHIP BOOKS BREACHED! WHY DATA SECURITY LAW FAILS AND HOW TO IMPROVE IT (Oxford U. Press 2022) (with Woodrow Harzog) Free chapter: Unifying Privacy and Data Security PRIVACY LAW FUNDAMENTALS (IAPP 6th ed. 2022) (with Paul Schwartz) Free chapter: An Overview of Privacy Law
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 […]
Harm has become the key issue in data breach cases. During the past 20 years, there have been hundreds of lawsuits over data breaches. In many cases, the plaintiffs have evidence to establish that reasonable care wasn’t used to protect their data. But the cases have often been dismissed because courts conclude that the […]
By Daniel J. Solove Dr. Seuss’s Green Eggs and Ham is a timeless classic that is read to millions of children. At first the simple rhymes and cute drawings are alluring. But parents will soon discover the book’s terrifying equation: The tiresome repetition of the book multiplied by the number of times a child will […]
by Daniel J. Solove In three earlier posts, I’ve been exploring the nature of privacy and data security harms. In the first post, Privacy and Data Security Violations: What’s The Harm?, I explored how the law often fails to recognize harm for privacy violations and data breaches. In the second post, Why the Law Often […]
by Daniel J. Solove In two earlier posts, I’ve been exploring the nature of privacy and data security harms. Post 1: Privacy and Data Security Violations: What’s The Harm? Post 2: Why the Law Often Doesn’t Recognize Privacy and Data Security Harms In this post, I want to explore two issues that frequently emerge in […]
by Daniel J. Solove In my previous post on privacy/security harms, I explained how the law is struggling to deal with privacy and data security harms. In this post, I will explore why. The Collective Harm Problem One of the challenges with data harms is that they are often created by the aggregation of many […]