Privacy, Information, and Technology
My new casebook, PRIVACY, INFORMATION, AND TECHNOLOGY (ISBN: 0735562548) (with Marc Rotenberg & Paul M. Schwartz) is now hot off the presses from Aspen Publishers. It is an abridged version (300 pages) of our regular casebook, INFORMATION PRIVACY LAW
(2d ed.), which is about 1000 pages in length.
Privacy, Information, and Technology is designed as a supplement to courses and seminars in technology law, information law, and cyberlaw. It will provide between 2-4 weeks of coverage of information privacy issues pertaining to technology, government surveillance, databases, consumer privacy, and government records.
The book will sell for $35 and can be purchased on Aspen’s website.
The book consists of four chapters. Chapter 1 contains an overview of information privacy law, its origins, and philosophical readings about privacy. Chapter 2 covers issues involving law enforcement, technology, and suveillance. Chapter 3 focuses on government records, databases, and identification. Chapter 4 covers business records, financial information, identity theft, privacy policies, anonymity, data mining, and government access to private sector data.
The full table of contents is available here.