American Bar Association
 
Section of Science & Technology Law: E-Privacy Law Committee

Section of Science & Technology Law:
E-Privacy Law Committee


About the Committee

The ABA E-Privacy Law Committee is a forum for sharing information concerning cutting-edge legal developments with respect to information privacy, both domestically and globally. It provides opportunities for networking with colleagues in the same field, discussing a wide range of privacy issues, commenting on developing practices and guidelines regarding privacy, participating in the development of publications, taking positions on policy issues. The Committee features a listserv, offers periodic meetings, teleconferences and publications.

E-Privacy Newsletter

Our latest SciTech E-Privacy Newsletter (July 2018 issue) is available here.

All previous editions of the newsletter can be downloaded below:

E-Privacy Newsletter July 2018

E-Privacy Newsletter June 2018

E-Privacy Newsletter May 2018

E-Privacy Newsletter April 2018

E-Privacy Newsletter March 2018

E-Privacy Newsletter February 2018

E-Privacy Newsletter January 2018

E-Privacy Newsletter December 2017

E-Privacy Newsletter November 2017

E-Privacy Newsletter October 2017

E-Privacy Newsletter September 2017

E-Privacy Newsletter August 2017

E-Privacy Newsletter July 2017

E-Privacy Newsletter June 2017

E-Privacy Newsletter April 2017

E-Privacy Newsletter February 2017

E-Privacy Newsletter November 2016

E-Privacy Newsletter August 2016

E-Privacy Newsletter June 2016

E-Privacy Newsletter March 2016

E-Privacy Newsletter February 2016

E-Privacy Newsletter January 2016

E-Privacy Newsletter November 2015


CPO Corner (Chief Privacy Officer Interviews)

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Our Leadership

Co-Chairs:

Golding, Elliot
Miller, Peter

Vice-Chairs:

Lanois, Paul
Martinez, Richard
Morgan, Willa

Committee Roster  


Privacy Resources


Resources

The Law of E-Tracking
Is Your Phone Too Smart, Your Media Too Social, and Your Advertising Misbehaving?
By Ruth Hill Bro

Committee Articles and Reports

Modified by Barbara Mitchell on October 17, 2018

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