The US–EU privacy debate: conventional wisdom is wrong

Kenneth Bamberger and Deidre Mulligan quoted in Privacy Perspectives, March 4, 2014

Indeed, one fascinating lesson from the Bamberger and Mulligan scholarship is that the development of privacy in the U.S. “has been positively shaped by the incomplete, and comparatively late, institutionalization of privacy governance, in that it has allowed dynamism and adaptability in the face of rapid changes in the use and treatment of personal data.”