Information Privacy Law Journal at SSRN

ssrn3.jpgI’m pleased to announce that Christopher Hoofnagle (Berkeley Center for Law & Technology) and I have launched a new journal at SSRN — Information Privacy Law. If you submit new papers and abstracts to SSRN and they involve information privacy law issues, please select our journal as one of the classifications for your work.

You can subscribe to the journal by clicking the link at the top of the journal’s page that says “subscribe to this journal” or by clicking here. This will enable you to receive periodic emails about new abstracts and papers filed in the journal.

We created the journal because there is an increasing amount of scholarship devoted to privacy law issues. In the month of May alone, we had 22 abstracts and papers filed in the journal. A lot of really interesting work is being done in the field, and we hope that the journal will enable people to more readily keep up with it.

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1 Response

  1. Jim G says:

    Thank you for registering. Unfortunately, you do not have the necessary subscription to receive this fee-based journal. Please click on the Subscriptions link below to obtain an individual subscription to the Legal Scholarship Network.

    Is this normal and unavoidable with SSRN? I don’t see the value in paying for e-mails telling me about updates to free content. It also seems like backwards marketing to give the product for free, but charge for the advertising.

    While I’m griping about SSRN, RSS-based updates would be better than e-mail. Hasn’t SSRN heard that e-mail is dead?

    The idea of an SSRN privacy law journal is a good one; I just wish it were easier to get updates about new content.