• Professor Paul Schwartz

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    Privacy Law Fundamentals

    Privacy Law Fundamentals
    (IAPP, 4th ed. 2017) with Daniel Solove

    A distilled guide, Privacy Law Fundamentals provides the essential elements of privacy law at your fingertips. It includes: an introductory chapter summarizing key new developments, analysis of leading cases, numerous charts and tables, summaries of key state privacy laws, an overview of FTC enforcement actions, and answers to frequently asked privacy questions.

    Information Privacy Law

    Information Privacy Law
    (Aspen Publishers, 5th ed. 2015) with Daniel Solove

    This book surveys the field of information privacy law, with excerpts from the leading cases and scholarship. It covers privacy issues involving the media, health and genetic privacy, law enforcement, freedom of association, anonymity, identification, computers, records, cyberspace, home, school, workplace, and international privacy.

    Consumer Privacy and Data Protection

    Consumer Privacy and Data Protection
    (Aspen Publishers, 2015) with Daniel Solove

    This short paperback, developed from the casebook, Information Privacy Law, contains key cases and materials focusing on privacy issues related to consumer privacy and data security.

    Topics covered include:

    • Big Data, financial privacy, FCRA, GLBA, FTC privacy and security regulation
    • Identity theft, online behavioral advertising
    • First Amendment limitations on privacy regulation
    • Data breaches, data breach notification statutes

    Privacy, Law Enforcement, and National Security

    Privacy, Law Enforcement, and National Security
    (Aspen Publishers, 2015) with Daniel Solove

    Developed from the casebook, Information Privacy Law, this short paperback contains key cases and materials focusing on privacy issues related to government surveillance and national security.



    Privacy and the Media

    Privacy and the Media
    (Aspen Publishers, Second Edition, 2015) with Daniel Solove

    This short paperback, developed from Information Privacy Law, contains key cases and materials focusing on privacy issues related to the media. Topics covered include the privacy torts, free speech, First Amendment, paparazzi, defamation, online gossip and social network websites.

    Technology, Civil Liberties, and National Security, in Security v. Liberty: Conflicts Between National Security and Civil Liberties in American History

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

    By examining technology’s potential both to diminish and to enhance privacy when enlisted in the service of national security goals, this chapter summarizes and challenges the standard discourse about the relationships among technology, civil liberties, and national security.

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    articles, essays & chapters

    Structuring Transatlantic Data Privacy Law, 106 Georgetown Law Journal — (forthcoming 2017) with Karl-Nikolaus Peifer

    Systematic Government Access to Private-Sector Data in Germany, in Bulk Collection, Fred H. Cate & James X. Dempsey, eds. (forthcoming 2017)

    The Value of Privacy Federalism, in Social Dimensions of Privacy: Interdisciplinary Perspectives 324, Beate Roessler & Dorota Mokorsinska, eds. (2015)

    Reconciling Personal Information in the U.S. and EU,
    102 California Law Review 877 (2014) with Daniel Solove

    The EU-US Privacy Collision: A Turn to Institutions and Procedures,
    126 Harvard Law Review 1966 (2013)

    Information Privacy in the Cloud,
    161 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 1623 (2013)

    Systematic Government Access to Private-Sector Data in Germany,
    2 International Data Privacy Law 289 (2012)

    The PII Problem: Privacy and a New Concept of Personally Identifiable Information, 86 N.Y.U. Law Review 1814 (2011) with Daniel Solove

    Regulating Governmental Data Mining in the United States and Germany: Constitutional Courts, the State, and New Technology,
    53 William & Mary Law Review 351 (2011)

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    shorter works

    Foreword, Determann’s California Privacy Law: Practical Guide and Commentary (2017)

    Microsoft Ireland and a Level Playing Field for U.S. Cloud Companies, 15 PVLR 1549 (Aug. 1, 2016), reprinted at 16 World Data Production Report 7 (July 28, 2016)

    Privacy and Data Security Issues in M&A Transactions – A Checklist (with Behnam Dayanim and Mary-Elizabeth M. Hadley) (May 17, 2016)

    TechCrunch: The Delayed Revolution in Digital Financial Services (April 9, 2016)

    Risk and High Risk: Walking the GDPR Tightrope, IAPP Privacy Perspectives (March 29, 2016)

    Privacy + Security Update, 2015 Issue 4 (July 2015) with Daniel Solove

    Health Privacy + Security Update, 2015 Issue 1 (June 2015) with Daniel Solove

    Privacy + Security Update, 2015 Issue 3 (May 2015) with Daniel Solove

    Privacy + Security Update, 2015 Issue 2 (March 2015) with Daniel Solove

    Privacy + Security Update, 2015 Issue 1 (February 2015) with Daniel Solove

    Navigating the cloud: key regulatory issues to know, Daily Journal, Asia Supplement (Oct. 22, 2014), with Behnam Dayanim

    A Checklist of Privacy Considerations for Buyers in M&A, Law360 (Oct 8, 2014) with Behnam Dayanim & Mary-Elizabeth Hadley

    Defining “Personal Data” in the European Union and United States, 13 PVLR 1581 (Sept. 15 2014) with Daniel Solove, reprinted at 14 World Data Protection Report 4 (Sept. 2014)

    Differing Privacy Regimes: A Mini-Poll on Mutual EU-U.S. Distrust, IAPP Privacy Perspectives (July 22, 2014)

    Privacy and Security Law: What Korean Companies Need to Know, Paul Hastings Client Alert (July 2014)

    The Battle for Leadership in Education Privacy Law, SafeGov.org (Mar. 27, 2014) with Daniel Solove

    In Practice: The ‘California Effect’ on Privacy Law, The Recorder, Jan. 2, 2014

    Testimony, Balancing Privacy and Opportunity in the Internet Age, California Assembly Informational Hearing, Dec. 12, 2013

    Blog, What Is Personally Identifiable Information (PII)? Finding Common Ground in the EU and US, Concurring Opinions (June 26, 2013) with Daniel Solove

    EU Privacy and the Cloud: Consent and Jurisdiction Under the Proposed Regulation, 12 PVLR 718 (Apr. 28, 2013)

    Reforming the concept of personally identified information: U.S. privacy law and PII 2.0 (with Daniel Solove), in Neue Regulierungsschub im Datenschutzrecht? 55 (Rolf H. Weber & Florent Thouvenin, eds.), Schulthess Verlag (Switzerland)(2012)

    Op ed, Privacy Firsts at Berkeley Law, San Francisco Chronicle (Feb. 25, 2012)

    Blog, PII 2.0, Technology | Policy | Academics (Jan. 16, 2012) with Daniel Solove

    Blog, Google Ngram and Information Privacy, Google Policy by the Numbers (Jan. 9, 2012) with Daniel Solove

    PII 2.0: Privacy and a New Approach to Personal Information, Privacy and Security Law Report, 11 PVLR 142 (Jan. 23, 2012) with Daniel Solove

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    german works

    Datentreuhändermodelle – Sicherheit vor Herausgabeverlangen US-amerikanischer Behörden und Gerichte?, Computer und Recht 165 (3/2017) (“Data Fiduciary Model – Protection from Data Requests of U.S. Governmental Authorities and Courts?”) with Karl-Nikolaus Peifer

    Zur Architektonik des Datenschutzes in den U.S.A., in Datenschutz im digitalen Zeitalter – global, europäisch, national (2015) (“The Architecture of Data Protection in the USA,” in Data Protection in the Digital Age: Global, European, National)

    Referat, in Verhandlung des 69. Deutschen Juristentages: München 2012, Band II/1, O73 (2013) (Presentation, in Proceedings of the 69th German Jurists’ Forum)

    “Personenbezogene Daten” aus internationaler Perspektive, (An International Perspective on “Personal Data”), Zeitschrift für Datenschutz 97 (March 20, 2011)

    Das Übersetzen im Datenschutzrecht: Unterschiede zwischen deutschen und amerikanischen Konzepten der “Privatheit” (Translation in Data Protection Law: Differences between German and American Concepts of “Privacy”), in Übersetzen, verstehen, Brücken bauen 366 (Armin Paul Frank et al. eds, 1993)

    Die neuesten Entwicklungen im amerikanischen Dateschutzrecht (New Developments in American Data Protection Law), 5 Recht der Datenverarbeitung 153 (1989)

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