Comparative Perspectives on Privacy in an Internet Era

The Global Papers Series, Volume VII

Edited by: Russell L. Weaver, Jane Reichel, Steven I. Friedland

Tags: Comparative Law, Computer/Cybercrime, International Law, The Global Papers Series

218 pp $32.00

ISBN 978-1-5310-0957-1
eISBN 978-1-5310-0958-8

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The papers published here resulted from the Privacy Discussion Forum held in June 2017 at Uppsala University Faculty of Law (Uppsala, Sweden). That event brought together privacy scholars from all over the world to examine privacy issues through a variety of lenses, including (but not limited to) tort law, Constitutional law, and administrative law perspectives. The forum considered privacy issues related to media intrusions on individual autonomy, as well as governmental and private uses of information (not only collection issues, but also distribution and use issues). The papers published here provide interesting comparative perspectives on the topic.

The Global Papers Series involves publications of papers by nationally and internationally prominent legal scholars on a variety of important legal topics, including administrative law, freedom of expression, defamation and criminal law.  The books in this series present the work of scholars from different nations who bring diverse perspectives to the issues under discussion.