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"You Have the Data"...The Writ of Habeas Data and Other Data Protection Rights: Is the United States Falling Behind?

@article{Lode2019YouHT,
  title={"You Have the Data"...The Writ of Habeas Data and Other Data Protection Rights: Is the United States Falling Behind?},
  author={Sarah L Lode},
  journal={Indiana Law Journal},
  year={2019},
  volume={94},
  pages={3}
}
  • Sarah L Lode
  • Published 2019
  • Political Science
  • Indiana Law Journal
Amidst a global trend of protecting individuals from unnecessary invasions of privacy and in a world culture where nations are finding more innate rights of privacy than ever before,1 is the United States trailing in the protection of its citizens’ personal data? When looking at changing legislation and constitutions across the globe, it is hard not to conclude that the United States could learn a thing or two in the way of personal data protection: specifically, how to better protect personal… Expand

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