Privacy and Data Protection Law introduces a dynamic and rapidly growing field of law that is also fun to teach. Beyond traditional topics like torts or the Fourth Amendment, its coverage extends to statutory and regulatory regimes such as FTC enforcement, medical privacy, and the Patriot Act. It devotes significant attention to global privacy law and to data security. By mixing conventional case excerpts with regulatory materials, case studies, and hypothetical problems, Privacy and Data Protection Law prepares students for the real-world legal challenges of managing personal information in any type of organization—an increasing need of every client.

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Imprint: Foundation Press
Series: University Casebook Series
Publication Date: 06/24/2016
Related Subject(s): Computers/Cyberspace

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