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29 Dec 2011, 8:12 pm by Daniel Solove
Here’s a list of notable privacy books published in 2011. Previous lists: Privacy Books 2010 Privacy Books 2009 Privacy Books 2008   Saul Levmore & Martha Nussbaum, eds., The Offensive Internet (Harvard 2011)   This is a great collection of essays about the clash of free speech and privacy online.  I have a book chapter in this volume along with Martha Nussbaum, Cass Sunstein, Brian Leiter, Danielle Citron, Frank Pasquale, Geoffrey Stone, and many others. [read post]
12 Mar 2014, 6:00 am by andrewbartholomew
Following is a guest post by Scott M. Giordano, Exterro’s corporate technology counsel, who attended the International Association of Privacy Professionals’ (IAPP) Global Privacy conference last week in Washington, D.C. I attended the International Association of Privacy Professionals’ (IAPP) Global Privacy conference last week and noted in my previous post on the Thursday keynote session... [read post]
18 Apr 2013, 4:48 pm by Attorney Christopher A. Pearsall
Urgent to all Internet Users - CISPA passed in the House of Representatives. CISPA must be stopped. \Find out what it's all about before you lose your Right to Privacy. This requires a National Appeal for the President to Hear US! Discover how serious this really is and what it means! [read post]
12 Dec 2011, 10:31 pm by Daniel Solove
The new edition of my casebook, Information Privacy Law (4th edition) (with Paul M. Schwartz) is hot off the presses.  And there’s a new edition of my casebook, Privacy, Information, and Technology (3rd edition) (with Paul M. Schwartz).   Copies should be sent out to adopters very soon.  If you’re interested in adopting the book and are having any difficulties getting a hold of a copy, please let me know. You also might be interested in my concise guide to privacy law, also with Paul… [read post]
10 Sep 2012, 6:58 am by Dave Hoffman
My co-author Sasha Romanosky asks me to post the following: I am involved in a research project that examines state laws affecting the flow of personal information in some way. This information could relate to patients, employees, financial or retail customers, or even just individuals. And by “flow” we are interested in laws that affect the collection, use, storage, sale, sharing, disclosure, or even destruction of this information. For example, some state laws require that companies… [read post]
20 Mar 2011, 9:44 pm by Daniel Solove
Professor Paul Schwartz (Berkeley School of Law) and I recently published a new book, PRIVACY LAW FUNDAMENTALS.  This book is a distilled guide to the essential elements of U.S. data privacy law. In an easily-digestible format, the book covers core concepts, key laws, and leading cases. The book explains the major provisions of all of the major privacy statutes, regulations, cases, including state privacy laws and FTC enforcement actions. It provides numerous charts and tables summarizing the… [read post]
5 Aug 2010, 1:19 pm by legalinformatics
K. Krasnow Waterman, Esq., M.B.A., of the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, presented a paper entitled Pre-processing Legal Text: Policy Parsing and Isomorphic Intermediate Representation, at PRIVACY 2010: Intelligent Information Privacy Management: AAAI Spring Symposium, held 23-25 March 2010 at Stanford University’s CodeX: The Stanford Center for Computers and Law, in Palo Alto, California, USA. Here is the abstract: One of the most significant challenges in achieving… [read post]
13 Feb 2012, 10:04 am by Stanford Law Review
Our 2012 Symposium Issue, The Privacy Paradox: Privacy and Its Conflicting Values, is now available online: Essays A Reasonableness Approach to Searches After the Jones GPS Tracking Case by Peter Swire (64 Stan. L. Rev. Online 57); Privacy in the Age of Big Data by Omer Tene & Jules Polonetsky (64 Stan. L. Rev. Online 63); Yes We Can (Profile You): A Brief Primer on Campaigns and Political Data by Daniel Kreiss (64 Stan. L. Rev. Online 70); Paving the Regulatory Road to the “Learning Health Care… [read post]
28 May 2010, 3:44 pm by Monique Altheim
“It is quite clear,” replied Don Quixote, “that you are not experienced in this matter of adventures. They are giants, and if you are afraid, go away and say your prayers, whilst I advance and engage them in fierce and unequal battle.” -DON QUIXOTE de LA MANCHA [read post]
9 Apr 2014, 1:18 am by legalinformatics
There will be live webcasts of parts of the NIST Privacy Engineering Workshop, being held 9-10 April 2014 in Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA. Click here for the Webcast site. Here is a description of the event: NIST will host a workshop on privacy engineering. The workshop will focus on the advancement of privacy engineering as a basis for the development of technical standards and best practices for the protection of individuals’ privacy or civil liberties. By examining existing models such as… [read post]
7 Dec 2011, 10:44 pm by Daniel Solove
Today, I’ll be speaking at Face Facts: A Forum on Facial Recognition Technology, an event organized by the FTC. Here’s the agenda. The event will be webcast here.   [read post]
5 Aug 2010, 1:35 pm by legalinformatics
K. Krasnow Waterman, Esq., M.B.A., of the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, and Professor Dr. Deborah L. McGuiness and Dr. Li Ding, both of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Department of Computer Science, presented a paper entitled Selective Privacy in a Web-based World: Challenges of Representing & Inferring Context, at PRIVACY 2010: Intelligent Information Privacy Management: AAAI Spring Symposium, held 23-25 March 2010 at Stanford University’s CodeX: The Stanford… [read post]
22 Jun 2010, 1:37 pm by Monique Altheim
“It is quite clear,” replied Don Quixote, “that you are not experienced in this matter of adventures. They are giants, and if you are afraid, go away and say your prayers, whilst I advance and engage them in fierce and unequal battle.” -DON QUIXOTE de LA MANCHA [read post]
9 May 2011, 7:38 am by Daniel Solove
I’ve posted Chapter 1 of my new book, NOTHING TO HIDE: THE FALSE TRADEOFF BETWEEN PRIVACY AND SECURITY (Yale University Press, May 2011) on SSRN.  The book is about some of the common arguments made in the debate between privacy and security.  Chapter 1 is here. [read post]
28 Feb 2012, 12:18 pm by Rosanne Kay
This post was written by Paul Bond, Christopher G. Cwalina, Khurram Nasir Gore, Amy S. Mushahwar and Steven B. Roosa. A warning from the California Attorney General’s office to mobile app developers: “Don’t get cute!” On February 22, California’s Attorney General Kamala Harris announced that her office and the six leading mobile application platform providers – Amazon, Apple, Google, Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, and RIM – have agreed to a statement of principles that ask mobile app… [read post]
5 Feb 2010, 1:58 pm by Hunton & Williams LLP
Cloud computing raises complex legal issues related to privacy and information security.  As legislators and regulators around the world grapple with the privacy and data security implications of cloud computing, companies seeking to implement cloud-based solutions should closely monitor this rapidly evolving legal landscape for developments.  In an article published on February 3, 2010, Lisa Sotto, Bridget Treacy and Melinda McLellan explore U.S. and EU legal requirements applicable to data… [read post]
23 Apr 2010, 3:02 pm by Monique Altheim
At the recent IAPP Global Privacy Summit in Washington, D.C., many hot topics were addressed: Privacy by Design, Behavioral Advertising, the new EU Cookie Consent Law, the Smart Power Grid, the Cloud, Web 2.0, the new EU Model Clause Agreements, Controllers, Processors and Sub-Processors, the recent Google convictions, to name just a few. I interviewed a few prominent privacy professionals, attending and/or presenting at the summit on some of the important issues of the day. In this video, I… [read post]
10 Oct 2012, 5:33 am by Rosanne Kay
Reed Smith attorneys Amy Mushahwar and Joshua Marker, of the firm’s Data Security, Privacy & Management practice, interviewed Travis LeBlanc, California’s Special Assistant Attorney General for Technology. Mr. LeBlanc oversees the California attorney general’s office’s new Privacy Enforcement and Protection Unit. Mr. LeBlanc had a number of interesting insights regarding this new office and indicated that online and mobile privacy, and enforcing privacy protections using existing state and… [read post]
6 Oct 2011, 2:57 pm by Carol L. Schlitt
The confidentiality between an attorney and her client is one of the essential features of the client-attorney relationship. The explosion of digital communications – especially email and text messages – has created situations that may undermine attorney-client privilege. Now the American Bar Association has issued a formal opinion stating that attorneys must warn clients that [...] [read post]