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Show Daily | Rosen keynote to contrast RTBF and First Amendment rights Related reading: From the EU to Washington: A privacy travelogue

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On the 100th anniversary of privacy pioneer Louis Brandeis’ appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court, Jeffrey Rosen released his new book, Louis D. Brandeis, American Prophet, published by Yale University Press. Of course, writes IAPP Westin Fellow Anna Myers, CIPP/US, in her review of the quick, 200-page read, Brandeis could very well be considered the center square for a privacy bingo board, but “Rosen’s book does more than appeal to the obvious constituency of readers with interests in privacy, the Supreme Court and constitutional law. It should also appeal to anyone with an interest in economics, big business, states’ rights, religion, and philosophy.” Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center and a professor at George Washington University, will keynote at PSR Thursday.
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