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From private to public ordering: An expanding federal role for regulating privacy and data security?
Creighton Authors Morse, Edward A.
Admin. Units School of Law
Subjects Computer security; Data protection; Consumer protection; Privacy, Right of
Title From private to public ordering: An expanding federal role for regulating privacy and data security?
Citation Edward A. Morse, From Private to Public Ordering: An Expanding Federal Role for Regulating Privacy and Data Security?, in Bus. L. Today (July 2011), http://www.americanbar.org/publications/blt/2011/07/02_morse.html.
This article discusses recent legislative issues in the United States affecting privacy and data security and assesses prospects for new measures affecting businesses and their customers, including the impact of private ordering and market forces on the scope and content of government regulation.