• Professor Paul Schwartz

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    Prosser’s Privacy and the German Right of Personality: Are Four Privacy Torts Better than One Unitary Concept?, 98 California Law Review 1925 (2010) with Karl-Nikolaus Peifer

    Preemption and Privacy, 118 Yale Law Journal 902 (2009)

    Warrantless Wiretapping, FISA Reform, and the Lessons of Public Liberty: A Comment on Holmes’ Jorde Lecture, 97 California Law Review 407 (2009)

    Review Essay, From Victorian Secrets to Cyberspace Shaming, 76 Chicago Law Review 1407 (2009)

    White Paper, Managing Global Data Privacy, A Report from the Privacy Projects (2009)

    The Future of Tax Privacy, 61 National Tax Journal 883 (2008)

    Reviving Telecommunications Surveillance Law, 75 University of Chicago Law Review 287 (2008)

    Data Mining and Internet Profiling: Emerging Regulatory and Technological Approaches, 75 University of Chicago Law Review 261 (2008) with Ira S. Rubinstein & Ronald D. Lee

    Anonymous Disclosure of Security Breaches, in Securing Privacy in the Internet Age, 221 Stanford Law Press, Anupam Chandler, Lauren Gelman & Margaret Jane Radin, eds. (2008) with Edward Janger

    Technology, Civil Liberties, and National Security, in Security v. Liberty: Conflicts Between National Security and Civil Liberties in American History, 189 Russell Sage Foundation, Daniel Farber, ed. (2008) with Ronald D. Lee

    Notification of Data Security Breaches, 105 Michigan Law Review 913 (2007) with Edward Janger

    Privacy Inalienability and Personal Data Chips, in Privacy and Technologies of Identity, 93 Springer, Katherine Strandburg & Daniela Stan Raicu, eds. (2006)

    Book Review, Beyond the “War” on Terrorism: Towards the New Intelligence Network, 103 Michigan Law Review 1446 (2005) with Ronald D. Lee

    Privacy Inalienability and the Regulation of Spyware, 20 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 1269 (2005)

    Property, Privacy, and Personal Data, 117 Harvard Law Review 2055 (2004)

    Evaluating Telecommunications Surveillance in Germany: The Lessons of the Max Planck Institute’s Study, 72 George Washington Law Review 1244 (2004)

    Book Review, The New Privacy, 101 Michigan Law Review 2163 (2003) with William Treanor

    Eldred and Lochner: Copyright Term Extension and Intellectual Property as Constitutional Property, 112 Yale Law Journal 2331 (2003) with William Treanor

    German and U.S. Telecommunications Privacy Law: Legal Regulation of Domestic Law Enforcement Surveillance, 54 Hastings Law Journal 751 (2003)

    Voting Technology and Democracy, 75 N.Y.U. Law Review 625 (2002)

    The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, Information Privacy, and the Limits of Default Rules, 86 Minnesota Law Review 1219 (2002) with Edward Janger

    Privacy, Participation, and Cyberspace: An American Perspective, in Perspektive Datenschutz, Schulthess Publishing, Zurich, Switzerland, B. Baeriswyl & B. Rudin eds. (2002)

    Vote.com and Internet Politics: A Comment on Dick Morris’s Version of Internet Democracy, 34 Loyola L.A. Law Review 1071 (2001)

    Comment, Free Speech versus Information Privacy: Eugene Volokh’s First Amendment Jurisprudence, 52 Stanford Law Review 1559 (2000)

    Beyond Lessig’s Code for Internet Privacy: Cyberspace Filters, Privacy-Control, and Fair Information Practices, 2000 Wisconsin Law Review 743

    Internet Privacy and the State, 32 Connecticut Law Review 815 (2000)

    Charting a Privacy Research Agenda: Responses, Agreements, and Reflections, 32 Connecticut Law Review 929 (2000).

    Privacy and Democracy in Cyberspace, 52 Vanderbilt Law Review 1609 (1999)

    European Data Protection Law and Medical Privacy, in Genetic Secrets: Protecting Privacy and Confidentiality in the Genetic Era, 392 Yale University Press, Mark A. Rothstein, ed. (1997)

    Privacy and the Economics of Personal Health Care Information, 76 Texas Law Review 1 (1997)

    Privacy and Participation: Personal Information and Public Sector Regulation in the United States, 80 Iowa Law Review 533 (1995)

    European Data Protection Law and Restrictions on International Data Flows, 80 Iowa Law Review 471 (1995)

    The Protection of Privacy in Health Care Reform, 48 Vanderbilt Law Review 295 (1995)

    Constitutional Change and Constitutional Legitimation: The Example of German Unification, 31 Houston Law Review 1027 (1994)

    Data Processing and Government Administration: The Failure of the American Legal Response to the Computer, 43 Hastings Law Journal 1321 (1992)

    Book Review, The Oversight of Data Protection, 39 American Journal of Comparative Law 618 (1991)

    Review Essay, Baby M. in West Germany, 89 Columbia Law Review 347 (1989)

    The Computer in German and American Constitutional Law: Towards an American Right of Informational Self-Determination, 37 American Journal of Comparative Law 675 (1989)

    Recent Public Trends in West Germany, Partisan Review 235 (1987)

    Note, Parental Rights and the Habilitation Decision for Mentally Retarded Children, 94 Yale Law Journal 1715 (1985)

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