Professor Daniel Solove calls our attention to this new collection of essays on consumer privacy.
Evan Seligner, Jules Polonetsky, and Omer Tene have just published a terrific edited volume of essays called The Cambridge Handbook of Consumer Privacy. This is a truly impressive collection of writings by a wide array of authors from academia and practice. There’s a robust diversity of viewpoints on wide-ranging and cutting-edge issues. The book has a hefty price tag, but it is a terrific resource.
Read Dan’s full post, as he provides a table of contents and links to copies of the essays where they are already available for free online.