This post marks the official death of my reading pile, which involved a read of the current edition of the Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law – one entitled Privacy, Identity, and Control: Emerging Issues in Data Protection.
I’m admittedly still digesting the ideas, so am just pointing to a good resource for reckoning with the Euro-centric forces that are bound to affect our law. Top reads were “Regaining Digital Privacy? The New ‘Right to be Forgotten’ and Online Expression” and Fiona Brimblecombe & Gavin Phillipson and Information “Brokers, Fairness, and Privacy in Publicly Accessible Information” by Andrea Slane. Check it out.