Privacy Law


Law 334

3

Upper-Level

Rigorous Writing Experience (RWE)

No

No

      Current Issues in Privacy Law addresses United States privacy law and may include brief coverage of foreign or international privacy law. The course explores the idea of a body of privacy law as well as the patchwork approach that characterizes constitutional, common law, statutory, and regulatory privacy law in the United States. Students will examine information privacy topics such as media, health, criminal investigation, anonymity, employment, public records, consumer behavior, and other aspects of personal autonomy including decisional privacy.


Privacy Law

Cybersecurity Law

Cyberspace Law






A. Klinefelter

Spring
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