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LAW 393 - Privacy and Information Security Law


The course will consist of an introduction to the rapidly growing field of privacy and information security law. Students will study the historical and philosophical underpinnings of privacy, as well as ongoing developments in constitutional law, tort law, statutory, regulatory, and policy (fair information practices) developments. Students will gain a non-technical understanding of the relevant privacy technologies. Students will also explore the ongoing international debate about privacy, with a particular focus on the transatlantic privacy dialogue and the evolving European approach to data privacy. Students will also be introduced to the Certified Information Privacy Professional certification process, for those who wish to take the step of certification. Three hours. Fairfield Not offered in 2015-2016.



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