Privacy Advisor

Privacy 50 years from now

04.01.2010
How has privacy law evolved in the last 50 years? What will it look like in 2060? On January 29, the California Law Review gathered together some of the world’s top privacy law scholars and practitioners to explore these questions. The symposium, “Prosser’s Privacy at Fifty,” held at UC Berkeley School of Law, celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of Dean William Prosser’s landmark article, “Privacy,” 48 California Law Review 383 (1960), among the most influential law review articles in history.

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