The ASU Library has a number of online and print books on the topic of privacy, big data, and emerging technologies. You can search for relevant titles in the ASU Library catalog by using subject headings such as Electronic surveillance; Data protection; and Privacy, right of. You can limit your results to e-books by clicking “Full Text Online” on the right. Print books available in other ASU libraries may be requested and delivered to you at the law library.
The Data Arms Race: Reimagining Data Transparency, Ethics, and Regulations by Gary Marchant, et al. (2019)
This paper from ASU's Barret Honors College explores the current climate relating to data security and data privacy.
Big Data of Complex Networks by Matthias Dehmer (2017)
Big Data of Complex Networks presents and explains the methods from the study of big data that can be used in analyzing massive structural data sets, including both very large networks and sets of graphs.
Big Data War: How to Survive Global Big Data Competition by Patrick H. Park (2016)
This ProQuest ebook explains in detail on how companies can survive and win the global big data competition, based on actual cases of companies.
Big Data Technologies and Applications by Borivoje Furht (2016)
The objective of this ProQuest ebook is to introduce the basic concepts of big data computing and then to describe the total solution of big data problems using HPCC, an open-source computing platform.
Big Data Analytics in Genomics by Ka-Chun Wong (2016)
This ProQuest ebook explores the emerging intersection between big data analytics and genomics. Recent sequencing technologies have enabled high-throughput sequencing data generation for genomics resulting in several international projects which have led to massive genomic data accumulation at an unprecedented pace.
Bloomberg Law (Bloomberg Law password required)
Lexis (Lexis password required)
Westlaw Data Privacy Center (Westlaw password required)
Featuring primary law, commentaries, tips for practitioners, and news & analysis.
Congressional Research Service Reports
The Congressional Research Service conducts research for Congress on a broad range of issues. Their reports are arranged by subject area here. Examples of relevant CRS reports include: Cybersecurity: Selected Issues for the 115th Congress (March 2018) and Cross-Border Data Sharing under the CLOUD Act (April 2018).
NSA Report: Liberty and Security in a Changing World / The President’s Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technologies (2014)
Analysis and recommendations for balancing the necessities of national security against privacy and civil liberties for U.S. citizens and foreign nationals.
Hearings from House and Senate committees are available on the following web sites:
Directory of Privacy Law Blogs
Maintained by the ABA Journal, these blogs touch on issues including national security, social media, blogging, and copyright.
Federal Trade Commission’s Privacy and Security
Information divided by the following topics: children’s privacy, consumer privacy, credit reporting, data security, Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, Red Flags Rule, and the U.S.-E.U. Safe Harbor Framework.
Search for articles from a variety of academic sources touching on all aspects of privacy and data security law.
National Conference of State Legislatures – Privacy and Security
Includes databases of state cybersecurity legislation and social media privacy laws.
An index to journal articles and book chapters from more than 2,500 peer-reviewed journals and more than 11,000 books on scientific, medical, and technical topics.
Scopus is an abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature and web sources with tools to track, analyze, and visualize research. Scopus provides access to a broad portfolio of peer-reviewed content from around the world.
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services - Health Information Privacy page
Information about the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act and the Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act.
U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Privacy and Civil Liberties
Information about the Privacy Act of 1974 and the E-Government Act of 2002.