Publisher: New York University Press
Number of pages: 304
Weight: 480 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 30 mm
"Anyone concerned with preserving privacy against technology's growing intrusiveness will find this book enlightening."
""The Digital Person" challenges the existing ways in which law and legal theory approach the social, political, and legal implications of the collection and use of personal information in computer databases. Solove's book is ambitious, and represents the most important publication in the field of information privacy law for some years."
-"Georgetown Law Journal",
"This comprehensive analysis of privacy in the information age challenges traditional assumptions that breeches of privacy through the development of electronic dossiers involve the invasion of one's private space."
"Solove ultimately is no 'chicken little' but an idealist of the best sort, concluding a positive role for law in the problem of privacy. Whether the world will leave Orwell and Kafka behind and evolve into Solove remains to be seen, but herein is offered a plan to achieve that objective."
-"Journal of Information Ethics",
"Solove . . . truly understands the intersection of law and technology. This book is a fascinating journey into the almost surreal ways personal information is hoarded, used, and abused in the digital age."
-"The Wall Street Journal",
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