Partner Aaron Burstein edited the Fall 2020 issue of Antitrust magazine with Janis Kestenbaum. If you’re looking to get up to speed on some of the most pressing regulatory issues surrounding personal data, this is the place to start — and the ABA is making free to access through the end of January.
A roundtable featuring Alexandra Reeve Givens (President and CEO, CDT), Jessica Rich (former Director of the FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection), Will DeVries (Google), and William McGeveran (University of Minnesota Law School) surveys the enforcement and policy landscape. The issue also features articles that examine the California Privacy Rights Act, the state (and stakes) of Section 230 reform, privacy issues in contact tracing apps, and applications of economic analysis to privacy. On the international front, authors analyze the first two years of GDPR enforcement and well as privacy and antitrust developments in China.
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