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In 2010, The Digital Person was translated into Bulgarian.

 

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“Solove is . . . one of the few [who] truly understands the intersection of law and technology. This book is a fascinating journey into the almost surreal ways personal information is hoarded, used, and abused in the digital age.

-- Bruce Schneier, The Wall Street Journal

“[T]his book is so refreshing . . . it offers insights into the current state of privacy in America and some intriguing prescriptions for altering that state of affairs. . . . Anyone concerned with preserving privacy against technology’s growing intrusiveness will find this book enlightening.”

-- Publisher's Weekly

Solove’s book is the best exposition thus far about the threat that computer databases containing personal data about millions of Americans poses for information privacy. . . . Solove offers a conception of privacy that, if adopted, provides guidance about policies that would preserve information privacy as a social value.”

-- Pamela Samuelson, Chancellor’s Professor of Law,
U.C. Berkeley Law School

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