Stanford Law Review Online: Privacy and Big Data
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Although the solutions to many modern economic and societal challenges may be found in better understanding data, the dramatic increase in the amount and variety of data collection poses serious concerns about infringements on privacy. In our 2013 Symposium Issue, experts weigh in on these important questions at the intersection of big data and privacy.
September 3, 2013 at 7:47 am Posted in: Behavioral Law and Economics, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Cyber Civil Rights, Cyberlaw, Empirical Analysis of Law, Intellectual Property, Law Rev (Stanford) Print This Post