Privacy Law

Privacy Law

Information Privacy Law

Considerable difficulty exists in the Information Age with the traditional approach to privacy law as primarily protecting a “right to be let alone.” Employing privacy law to protect such informational seclusion is of limited promise in an age of information technology, international data flows, and demands by consumers and citizens for administered services from public and private entities. This topic will examine how personal information is used in a variety of settings, including on the Internet. It will evaluate how the law, including constitutional, statutory, and the common law, regulates flows of personal data.






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