Stanford Law Review Online: The Privacy Paradox 2012 Symposium Issue
posted by Stanford Law Review
Our 2012 Symposium Issue, The Privacy Paradox: Privacy and Its Conflicting Values, is now available online:
- A Reasonableness Approach to Searches After the Jones GPS Tracking Case by Peter Swire (64 Stan. L. Rev. Online 57);
- Privacy in the Age of Big Data by Omer Tene & Jules Polonetsky (64 Stan. L. Rev. Online 63);
- Yes We Can (Profile You): A Brief Primer on Campaigns and Political Data by Daniel Kreiss (64 Stan. L. Rev. Online 70);
- Paving the Regulatory Road to the “Learning Health Care System” by Deven McGraw (64 Stan. L. Rev. Online 75);
- Famous for Fifteen People: Celebrity, Newsworthiness, and Fraley v. Facebook by Simon J. Frankel, Laura Brookover & Stephen Satterfield (64 Stan. L. Rev. Online 82); and
- The Right to Be Forgotten by Jeffrey Rosen (64 Stan. L. Rev. Online 88).
The text of Chief Judge Alex Kozinski’s keynote is forthcoming.
February 13, 2012 at 1:04 pm Posted in: Law Rev (Stanford), Law Rev Contents, Law School, Law School (Scholarship), Media Law, Military Law, Politics, Privacy, Privacy (Consumer Privacy), Privacy (Electronic Surveillance), Privacy (Law Enforcement), Privacy (Medical), Privacy (National Security), Social Network Websites, Supreme Court, Technology, Tort Law Print This Post