Is Consumer Choice the Right Way to Protect Privacy?

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Is Consumer Choice the Right Way to Protect Privacy?

In this webinar, Daniel Solove (GW Law and TeachPrivacy), Christine Lyon (Freshfields), and Troy Sauro (Google) discussed the challenges of consumer choice in privacy. Many privacy laws rely heavily on consumer choice as the main way to protect privacy. Can consumers adequately make informed choices about privacy? Do cookie banners and consent boxes provide meaningful protections?  Is there another approach? This webinar will explored these issues from consumer, industry, and policy perspectives.

I have a paper on these issues that might be of interest, The Limitations of Privacy Rightsforthcoming in Notre Dame Law Review. You can download it here for free.

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