My work on this paper began while I was a Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School, and it benefited there from the support of the Milton and Miriam Handler Foundation. It also received support from the Dean’s Research Fund at Brooklyn Law School as well as a summer research grant from Boalt Hall. Patricia Bellia, Jon Michaels, Chris Slobogin, Stephen Sugarman, and Frank Zimring offered helpful suggestions.
The views expressed in this article are those of the authors alone. All three authors received their JD degrees from Yale Law School in 1985.
I greatly benefited from a presentation of this Review to a faculty workshop at UCLA School of Law. Many thanks to the faculty there for their helpful comments, and to Jon Michaels and the faculty colloquium committee for the invitation. Thanks as well to Viktor Mayer-Schönberger and Frank Zimring for their suggestions. In the interest of full disclosure, I wish to note that Professor Solove and I are coauthors on a casebook, Information Privacy Law (Aspen 3d ed 2009).