Chris Hoofnagle

Lecturer in Residence, UC Berkeley Law

Chris Jay Hoofnagle's research focuses upon the structure of legal and economic relationships that lead to tensions between firms and individuals, manifested through information privacy problems, gaps in understanding of legal protections, deficits in consumer law protections and the problem of financial fraud. Hoofnagle has written extensively in the fields of information privacy, the law of unfair and deceptive practices, consumer law and identity theft. He has also written on payments technologies with a focus upon mobile payments, consumer attitudes toward and knowledge of privacy law, identity theft, the first amendment and the government's reliance on private-sector databases to investigate citizens.

Chris’s sessions at USA 2014

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