Recommended Reading: Margot Kaminski in Wake Forest Law Review Online

Wake Forest Law Review has a terrific new online companion to its print issues, which features short pieces, all timely and interesting.  This week, the law review posted Margot Kaminski’s Reading Over Your Shoulder: Social Reading and Privacy Law.  Professor Kaminski is a Research Scholar at Yale as well as the Executive Director of the Yale Information Society Project–we have been lucky to feature her insights on United States v. Jones.  Her piece is insightful and contributes much to the conversation in privacy circles about Intellectual Privacy, as theorized by Neil Richards who is hard at work on a book (also see Anita Allen’s comments about Neil’s ideas on Julie Cohen’s symposium), and The Right to Read Anonymously, as conceived by Julie Cohen.  Read away, but, as Kaminski warns, beware…

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