Daniel Solove writes:
This Friday, November 9th, I will be introducing and participating in the Harvard Law Review’s symposium on privacy and technology. The symposium is open to the public, and is from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM at Harvard Law School (Langdell South).
I have posted a draft of my symposium essay on SSRN, where it can be downloaded for free. The essay will be published in the Harvard Law Review in 2013. My essay is entitled Privacy Self-Management and the Consent Paradox, and I discuss what I call the “privacy self-management model,” which is the current regulatory approach for protecting privacy — the law provides people with a set of rights to enable them to decide for themselves about how to weigh the costs and benefits of the collection, use, or disclosure of their data.
For more details on the symposium, including the list of presenters, see Dan’s post on Concurring Opinions.