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PII 2 . 0 : Privacy and a New Approach to Personal Information

@inproceedings{Schwartz2012PII2,
  title={PII 2 . 0 : Privacy and a New Approach to Personal Information},
  author={P. Schwartz and Daniel J. Solove},
  year={2012}
}
BY PAUL M. SCHWARTZ AND DANIEL J. SOLOVE P ersonally Identifiable Information (PII) is one of the most central concepts in privacy regulation. It defines the scope and boundaries of a large range of privacy statutes and regulations. Numerous federal statutes turn on this distinction. Similarly, many state statutes also rely on PII as a jurisdictional trigger. These laws all share the same basic assumption—that in the absence of PII, there is no privacy harm. Thus, privacy regulation focuses on… CONTINUE READING
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