Book Spotlight - March 2019
Continue to watch this space for promotions highlighting one of the books recently added to the PLA Library collection, as well as old favourites we think may be of interest to our PLA Library users.
Today's spotlight is on the book, Digital Privacy: Criminal, Civil and Regulatory Litigation by Gerald Chan and Nader R. Hasan. This text was recently added to the PLA Library Collection and is available for borrowing by current PLA Members.
From the Publisher
The arrival of the digital age and technological advancements of the 21st century has created new and unanticipated challenges to privacy. As the law and society's understanding of privacy have evolved in response to those challenges, the need for a book that examines that evolution was born. As they explain in the Preface to this volume, in developing the content for this book, the editors have aimed to "produce an inter-disciplinary approach to understand and litigate issues at the nexus of privacy, law and technology" in the digital age.
Published: November, 2018 by LexisNexis
From the Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Search and Seizure of Electronic Devices (Nader Hasan)
Chapter 2: Search and Seizure of Third Party Information (Stephen Aylward)
Chapter 3: Search and Seizure of Private Communications (Gerald Chan)
Chapter 4: Invasions of Privacy: Criminal Consequences (Fredrick Schumann)
Chapter 5: Invasions of Privacy: Civil and Regulatory Consequences (Justin Safayeni)
Chapter 6: Invasions of Privacy: Class Proceedings (Carlo Di Carlo)
Chapter 7: Digital Evidence (Edward Marrocco)
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