Instructor Omer Tene, Associate Professor, College of Management School of Law
The course will provide an overview of the theoretical foundations of privacy law, including Jeremy Bentham's Panopticon and Warren and Brandeis’s “right to be let alone.” We will track the development of information privacy law in the U.S., Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and European Union, focusing on the recent reform proposals debated these very days. We’ll deconstruct the building blocks of privacy regulation, including the concepts of personally identifiable information (and related de-identification), consent, context and data minimization. And we’ll introduce the state of U.S. privacy law, including statutes such as HIPAA, FCRA and GLBA, and Supreme Court decisions such as U.S. v. Jones and Clapper v. Amnesty International.
Instructor Kris Klein, CIPP/C, CIPM, Partner, nNovation LLP, Managing Director, IAPP Canada