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Winner of the 2007 Donald McGannon Award for Social and Ethical Relevance in Communications Policy Research
Daniel Solove has launched TeachPrivacy, a company with videos and materials to teach educators, students, and parents about Internet privacy issues, such as online gossip, social media, cyberbullying, and sexting.
"[The Future of Reputation is] a fascinating mix of sociology, legal theory and speculation. . . . Solove marshals a wide range of literary, historical and legal references. He’s read widely and thought hard about this devilishly complex situation."
-- David Freeman, Pajamas Media
"Timely and provocative, The Future of Reputation explores a principal dilemma of our age and provides a workable solution that may appeal to readers on both sides of the debate."
-- Harvard Law Review
"[E]xcellent . . . . will increase our literacy in [this] complex yet still intelligible [field]. . . .Like many 'cyberphilosophers', [Solove is] discovering the future in the present with less wonted gloom and doom -- and more incisive solutions -- than many traditional literary and humanistic pronouncers on the subject."
-- Carlin Romano, Times Literary Supplement (UK)
"[A] brilliant recent book . . . an honest and troubling account of the ways that we have become our own enemies."
-- Siva Vaidyanathan, The Chronicle of Higher Education
"Solove’s crisp and refreshing writing . . . achiev[es] a balance of humor and levity that keeps the pages turning and demonstrates a real understanding of and engagement with the youthful Internet culture he analyzes."
-- Bram Strochlick, Harvard Crimson