Recommended Titles and Treatises
To help provide access to the Texas State Law Library's legal resources, the reference librarians have selected the most noteworthy titles in our collection and arranged them here by subject. The titles listed for each subject feature a brief summary written by a reference librarian, and each subject's titles are divided into those that are specific to Texas law and those that aren't.
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| HIPAA for prosecutors
by Markus Kypreos. Texas District and County Attorneys Association. 2006.
Call number: KFT 3827 K85
| Privacy and information systems in Texas: report of the Senate Jurisprudence Committee, 64th Legislative Session
by Mark Cohen. Texas Senate. 1975.
Call number: KFT 1262 T4
| American privacy: the 400-year history of our most contested right
by Frederick Lane. Beacon Press. 2009.
Call number: KF 1262 L36
| Balancing privacy and security: the privacy implications of government data mining programs
by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Government Printing Office. 2007.
Call number: Y 4.J 89/2:S.HRG.110-2
| Configuring the networked self: law, code, and the play of everyday practice
by Julie Cohen. Yale University Press. 2012.
Call number: KF 1263 C64
| Data breach and encryption handbook
by Lucy Thomson. American Bar Association. 2011.
Call number: KF 1263 C65 D37
| Dragnet nation : a quest for privacy, security, and freedom in a world of relentless surveillance
by Julia Angwin. Times Books. 2014.
Call number: KF 1262 A54
| Federal dataveillance: implications for constitutional privacy protections
by Martin Kuhn. LFB Scholarly Publishing LLC. 2007.
Call number: KF 1263 C65 K84
| Guarding life's dark secrets: legal and social controls over reputation, propriety, and privacy
by Lawrence Meir Friedman. Stanford University Press. 2007.
Call number: KF 1262 F75
| Information security and privacy: a practical guide for global executives, lawyers and technologists
by Thomas Shaw. American Bar Association. 2011.
Call number: KF 390.5 C6 I543
| Photographers' guide to privacy : what every cameraman, photographer and videographer should know about invasion of privacy standards in the 50 states and D.C.
by Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press. Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press. 2007.
Call number: KF 1263 U5 P46
| Privacy law
by Charlene Brownlee. Law Journal Press. 2006.
Call number: KF 1262 B75
| Privacy, security and information management : an overview
by Andrew Serwin. American Bar Association. 2011.
Call number: KF 1263 C65 S47
| Protecting consumer privacy in an era of rapid change: a proposed framework for business and policymakers
by Federal Trade Commission. Federal Trade Commission. 2010.
Call number: KF 1262 P7
| Reporter's recording guide: a state-by-state guide to taping phone calls and in-person conversations
by Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press. Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press. 2012.
Call number: REF DESK KF 4770 R46
| The practitioner's guide to biometrics
by William Sloan Coats. American Bar Association. 2007.
Call number: KF 1263 P72
| U.S. data breach notification law: state by state
by John Hutchins. American Bar Association. 2007.
Call number: KF 1263 U15
| Understanding privacy
by Daniel J. Solove. Harvard University Press. 2009.
Call number: KF 1262 P74 S65
| Who needs to know?: the state of public access to federal government information
by Patrice McDermott. Bernan Press. 2008.
Call number: KF 5753 M33
| Who's on first: challenges facing prosecutors and financial institutions in responding to identity theft
by Lisa Budzilowicz. National District Attorneys Association. 2007.
Call number: KF 9365 B83