Privacy Law and Society
Privacy Law and Society is a comprehensive new introduction to U.S. privacy laws and perspectives. The up-to-date book is divided into four major easy-to-follow chapters. Chapter 1 covers the four invasion of privacy torts, plus related confidentiality and publicity doctrines. Chapter 2 covers federal and some state constitutional privacy concepts, featuring the First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Eighth, Fourteenth and Twenty-first Amendments. Chapters 3 and 4 survey all of the major federal privacy and data-protection statutes, including record-keeping, education, health, financial, internet and communications privacy laws. Chapter 4 focuses on vital national surveillance laws, such as the Wiretap Act, FISA, CALEA and the PATRIOT Act.
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