Audio: Daniel Solove on privacy self-management and the consent paradox


CAMBRIDGE, MASS. –  Daniel Solove, noted privacy law researcher and a professor at George Washington University, spoke Nov. 9 during a symposium on privacy and technology held by the Harvard Law Review. Click on the audio player to listen to his talk in full; the draft paper he based his talk on can be downloaded from the Review website here (.pdf).

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