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Daniel J. Solove is the John Marshall Harlan Research Professor of Law at George Washington University Law School, the founder of TeachPrivacy (http://www.teachprivacy.com/), a privacy/data security training company, and a Senior Policy Advisor at Hogan Lovells. He is the author of 9 books, including Understanding Privacy (http://understanding-privacy.com) and more than 50 articles.
Twitter @DanielSolove.

Why the Law Often Doesnt Recognize Privacy and Data Security Harms

In the second article of a four part series, Daniel J. Solove explains how the law is struggling to deal with privacy and data security harms.

Subjects: Cybercrime, Cyberlaw, Features, Privacy

Do Privacy Violations and Data Breaches Cause Harm?

In his third article in a four part series, Daniel J. Solove explores two issues that frequently emerge in privacy and data security cases: (a) the future risk of harm; and (b) individual vs. social harm.

Subjects: Features

Privacy and Data Security Violations: Whats the Harm?

Daniel J. Solove is a Law professor at George Washington University Law School, an expert in information privacy law, and founder of TeachPrivacy, a privacy and security training company. In the first of a four part series, Prof. Solove’s article focuses on the ramifications of increasingly common instances of personal data theft or improper data disclosure, and the subsequent ramifications for those compromised.

Subjects: Cybercrime, Cyberlaw, Legal Research, Privacy
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