The Privacy Fallacy: Harm and Power in the Information Economy
(Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2023).
The book argues that privacy law is grounded on concepts from contract law, which sets the rules for voluntary agreements, and we need to instead ground it on concepts from tort law, which sets the rules for harms caused to others. It proposes a program for building accountability into the information economy for individual and group harms, departing from existing regulations and liability proposals.
More details at CUP.