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Monday, December 07, 2020

The Eyemonger - A Graphic Novel about Privacy

Dan Solove, one of the world's foremost privacy law experts has published a children's book about privacy and security. It's called the Eyemonger and it's about a person who spies on others, and trouble ensues. What a great holiday gift! 

Posted by Orly Lobel on December 7, 2020 at 01:29 AM | Permalink

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Thus my colleague at the George Washington University Law School helps to prove what I have always maintained and argued - law professors can write more than just law review articles.

As another example, my first legal article - about Murphy’s Law - appeared in a humor magazine, and, according to recent reports, had a major and continuing effect on computer programmers.

See, e.g., Prof. John Banzhaf's First Law Article Cited in Computer Study About Hackers
https://bit.ly/3gzpO37

Posted by: LawProf John Banzhaf | Dec 7, 2020 5:33:04 PM

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