Secondary sources are useful for finding analysis, commentary and background information on a topic. These sources are also useful tools for finding citations to relevant primary sources.
Books & Treatises
Civil Rights Actions (Lexis)
Computer Law: A Guide to Cyberlaw and Data Privacy Law (Lexis)
Corporate Counsel’s Guide to Privacy (Westlaw)
Data Security and Privacy Law (Westlaw)
E-Commerce and Internet Law (Westlaw
Information Security and Privacy: A Guide to Federal & State Law & Compliance (Westlaw)
Information Security and Privacy: A Guide to International Law & Compliance (Westlaw)
Internet and Online Law (Lexis)
Law of the Internet (Lexis)
Privacy and the Internet: Your Expectations and Rights Under the Law (Westlaw)
Privacy Law and the USA PATRIOT Act (Lexis)
Privacy Torts (Westlaw)
Rights of Publicity and Privacy (Westlaw)
Sookman: Computer, Internet and Electronic Commerce Law (Westlaw) (Data Security)
Use discoverE to search for books, journal, videos and other materials in Emory’s catalog. discoverE links users to materials at all nine Emory libraries, including MacMillan Law Library, Woodruff Library, and Pitts Theology.
Law Reviews and Journals
Law Journal Library (for law journals and other legal periodicals)
Foreign & International Law Resources Database, includes both primary and secondary sources, such as the publications of the American Society of International Law (ASIL), International Tribunal/Judicial Decisions and Hague Permanent Court of International Justice.
Other Journal Sources: Databases@Emory: The below databases are helpful when researching multi-disciplinary topics.
Federal Trade Commission – The FTC’s Tips & Advice web page in its Business Center. Covers Children’s Privacy, Consumer Privacy, Credit Report, Data Security, Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, Red Flags Rule, US-EU Safe Harbor Framework, tech tools for mobile app and smartphone companies, and information on FTC-sponsored conferences.
Electronic Frontier Foundation (Privacy) – A nonprofit organization founded in 1990 to defend civil liberties in the digital world. EFF addresses several issues, including privacy.