New Yorker Story Features Books by W&L Law’s Joshua Fairfield
Two books by Washington and Lee law professor Joshua Fairfield are featured in a recent New Yorker article on Big Tech and data privacy. The article, “How Much of Your Stuff Belongs to Big Tech,” examines the complicated and evolving concept of property ownership, with a particular focus on the abstract nature of ownership in the digital era.
The article features Fairfield’s 2017 book “Owned: Property, Privacy, and the New Digital Serfdom” and his most recent work, “Runaway Technology: Can Law Keep Up?,” which was released last month. Both are available from Cambridge University Press.
The full article highlighting Fairfield’s work is available on the New Yorker website.
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