Skip navigation

Bookboon.com Lataa ilmaisia e-kirjoja

Choose a category

Privacy Law

A U.S. Perspective

Privacy Law
Ei vielä arvostelua
ISBN: 978-87-403-1644-5
1 painos
Sivua : 169
  • Price: 129,00 kr
  • Price: €13,99
  • Price: £13,99
  • Price: ₹250
  • Price: $13,99
  • Price: 129,00 kr
  • Price: 129,00 kr

4 helppoa askelta e-kirjan lataukseen

Olemme hyvin pahoillamme, mutta ladataksesi kirjojamme tai katsoaksesi videoitamme, selaimesi tulee sallia JavaScript.
Saat kuukausittaisen uutiskirjeen sähköpostiisi ilmaisiin oppikirjoihin liittyen. Mitään antamistasi yhteystiedoista ei luovuteta kolmansille osapuolille.
eLib
Unlock your organization's learning potential
See Demo

Corporate eLibrary

Discover our employee learning solutions

This is a Premium eBook

Bookboon Premium - Gain access to over 800 eBooks - without ads

You can get free access for a month to this - and 800 other books with the Premium Subscription. You can also buy the book below

  • Start a 30-day free trial. After trial: 39,99 kr p/m
  • Start a 30-day free trial. After trial: €5,99 p/m
  • Start a 30-day free trial. After trial: £4,99 p/m
  • Start a 30-day free trial. After trial: ₹299 p/m
  • Start a 30-day free trial. After trial: $3,99 p/m
  • Start a 30-day free trial. After trial: 39,99 kr p/m
  • Start a 30-day free trial. After trial: 39,99 kr p/m
eLib
Unlock your organization's learning potential
Click here!

Corporate eLibrary

Discover our employee learning solutions

Tietoja kirjasta

  1. Sisältö
  2. Kuvaus

Sisältö

  1. What is Privacy? 
    1. Overview 
    2. Traditional Definitions 
    3. Historical Definitions 
    4. Is Privacy a Legal Right? 
    5. Sources of Privacy Law 
    6. U.S. Constitution 
    7. Case Law 
    8. Post Griswold vConnecticut 
    9. Technology and Privacy 
    10. State Constitutions 
    11. Key Terms 
    12. Chapter Discussion Questions 
    13. Additional Learning Opportunities 
    14. Test Your Learning 
  2. Privacy Torts 
    1. Overview 
    2. Common Law Torts 
    3. Damages 
    4. Types of Privacy Torts 
    5. Public versus Private 
    6. Tort Category One: Intrusion 
    7. Defenses to Intrusion 
    8. Tort Category Two: Misappropriation 
    9. Defenses to Misappropriation 
    10. Category Three: Public Disclosure of Private Facts 
    11. Defenses to Public Disclosure of False Facts 
    12. Category Four: False Light 
    13. Defenses to False Light 
    14. Key Terms 
    15. Chapter Discussion Questions 
    16. Additional Learning Opportunities 
    17. Test Your Learning 
  3. Privacy at Home 
    1. Definition of a Home 
    2. Mapp v. Ohio 
    3. Curtilage 
    4. Sample Scenarios 
    5. The Sky 
    6. Privacy and Children 
    7. Privacy and the Internet of Things (IoT) 
    8. Data Breach Notification 
    9. Key Terms 
    10. Chapter Discussion Questions 
    11. Additional Learning Opportunities 
    12. Test Your Learning 
  4. Privacy Outside the Home 
    1. Overview 
    2. Education Privacy 
    3. Health Care Privacy 
    4. Financial Privacy 
    5. Voting Privacy 
    6. The Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) 
    7. Key Terms 
    8. Chapter Discussion Questions 
    9. Additional Learning Opportunities 
    10. Test Your Learning 
  5. Privacy at Work 
    1. Overview 
    2. The Pre-Employment Process 
    3. The Employee-Employer Relationship 
    4. Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) 
    5. Working at Home and BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) 
    6. Key Terms 
    7. Chapter Discussion Questions 
    8. Additional Learning Opportunities 
    9. Test Your Learning 
  6. Privacy and Government 
    1. Overview 
    2. The Privacy Act of 1974
    3. U.S.A Patriot Act 
    4. Traveler Surveillance and Screening 
    5. WikiLeaks 
    6. Edward J. Snowden 
    7. Public Information and the Freedom of Information Act 
    8. Key Terms 
    9. Chapter Discussion Questions 
    10. Additional Learning Opportunities 
    11. Test Your Learning 

Kuvaus

Privacy Law: A U.S. Perspective provides learners with an overview of American privacy law from personal and governmental viewpoints. Key topics include a legal history of privacy, U.S. Constitutional issues, personal privacy concerns in the home, privacy issues in public, employer and employee privacy rights at work, and governmental monitoring (including Wikileaks and the Edward Snowden breaches). A discussion of privacy torts including intrusion, misappropriation, public disclosure of private facts, and false light is also included. Relevant federal statutes and case studies have been provided for key topics. Each chapter provides readers with a self-knowledge review, including a listing of key terms, discussion and review questions, and a practice test with answers.

This website uses cookies to improve user experience. By using our website you consent to all cookies in accordance with EU regulation.