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Chris Hoofnagle, adjunct professor of information

Chris Hoofnagle

Chris Jay Hoofnagle holds dual appointments as adjunct full professor in the School of Information and the School of Law. He is an elected member of the American Law Institute and author of Federal Trade Commission Privacy Law and Policy (Cambridge University Press 2016).

Hoofnagle has written extensively in the fields of information privacy, the law of unfair and deceptive practices, consumer law, and identity theft. He is principal investigator on an NSF-funded effort to promote graduate education for educationally or economically disadvantaged students, and an investigator on three other NSF projects focusing upon computer security, social factors in computer misuse, and privacy and security issues in future internet architectures.

Posts by Chris Hoofnagle

3-1-14Other Subjects: What's on your mind?bMail and Google’s “Content One Box”
5-20-13Science & Technology: What's on your mind?Is Google reading your bMail?
3-6-13Politics & Law: What's on your mind?The good, not so good, and long view on Bmail
11-14-11Politics & Law: What's on your mind?OccupyCal and UCPD’s Management
2-10-11Politics & Law: What's on your mind?My zip code is none of your business!
9-24-10Politics & Law: What's on your mind?Google’s Good Advertising Standards
7-21-10Politics & Law: What's on your mind?Commissioner Brill and privacy 3.0 at the CWAG privacy panel – Updated
6-19-10Business & Economics: What's on your mind?The free feedom: Why the end of “free checking” is good for consumers
5-25-10Science & Technology: What's on your mind?Google’s good new privacy news
5-13-10Science & Technology: What's on your mind?The Privacy Machiavellis Part I: Facebook
4-26-10Politics & Law: What's on your mind?Free: The dismal deal
4-21-10Politics & Law: What's on your mind?Our Products, Ourselves
4-15-10Politics & Law: What's on your mind?Age & Aspirations for Privacy
4-5-10Politics & Law: What's on your mind?Conservatives and the Census
4-2-10Arts, Culture & Humanities: What's on your mind?Where’s the Punk in this Pitiable Play?
3-4-10Weight loss scamsIntermediaries and weight-loss scams
12-7-09Free speech at UC Berkeley todayAbandon all relevance, ye who speak here
11-28-09Google books impact on researchGBS: Total Patron Awareness
11-14-09Weight as predictor of healthHealth is more than heart disease
11-5-09Net neutralityExpanding the Tubes
10-29-09H1N1 national health emergencyHere’s the real overreaction
10-26-09Census count gays and lesbiansUnintentional Revelation of Sexuality