SECOND EDITION (2006)
PUBLISHED IN 2006
Daniel J. Solove
George Washington University Law School
Executive Director, Electronic Privacy Information Center
Adjunct Professor, Georgetown University Law Center
Paul M. Schwartz
U.C. Berkeley Law School
FALL 2007 CASEBOOK UPDATE IS NOW AVAILABLE
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The 3rd edition will be published in 2009.
It will be available in late 2008
to facilitate planning for spring semester 2009 classes.
ALSO OF INTEREST:
NEW STATUTORY SUPPLEMENT
INFORMATION PRIVACY STATUTES AND REGULATIONS 2008-2009
by Paul M. Schwartz & Daniel J. Solove
(Aspen Publishing, 2008)
This book includes the up-to-date complete text of about 40 statutes, regulations, and other materials.
Includes: APEC Privacy Framework, CCPA, California Breach Notification Statute , California’s SB1, COPPA, CALEA, CFAA, CAN-SPAM, CIIA, DPPA, ECPA, EU Data Protection Directive, FCRA, FERPA, FISA, FOIA, FTC Act, GLB Act, HIPAA, OECD Privacy Guidelines, Privacy Act, PPA, Real ID Act, RFPA, Safe Harbor Arrangement, TCPA, VPPA, and much more
Click here to download the Table of Contents.
"An essential volume. An indispensable reference work for every privacy professional and privacy lawyer."
-- Peter Cullen, Chief Privacy Strategist, Microsoft
"Everyone working on privacy needs to have these statutes and regulations at their fingertips."
-- Peter Swire, C. William O'Neil Professor of Law
Moritz College of Law, The Ohio State University
Former Chief Counselor for Privacy, U.S. Office of Management and Budget
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PRIVACY, INFORMATION, AND TECHNOLOGY
by Daniel J. Solove, Marc Rotenberg, & Paul M. Schwartz
paperback, developed from the casebook,
contains key cases and materials focusing on privacy issues related to
information technology, databases, and cyberspace. Topics covered
include government surveillance, privacy and access to public records,
government access to personal information, data mining, identity theft,
consumer privacy, financial privacy, and more.
Designed for use as a
supplement in cyberlaw, information law, and technology law courses.
here for more details.