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Graudate School of Law
- LL.M. Program
for Privacy Law - LLM130
There is a natural tension
that exists between the entities that attempt to gather
information for commercial purposes and the people who try
to prevent having that information stored and disseminated
over the Internet.
Who’s snooping your financial or health information
and can they really do that?
Questions arise in the context of child protection
when a site aimed at juvenals asks for demographic information
in the registration template.
When a store clerk reads you back your social security
number to verify your identity, a flare should go up.
When an employer tells you, in your disciplinary
review, that you logged onto e-Bay longer than you logged
onto the companies extranet, there should be a cold realization
that what you considered private, may be used against you
in any number of non-judicial ways.
Can they really do that, and get away with it?
This course will be
taught by a combination of faculty members and will cover
privacy concepts in a number of ways.
The first is through privacy statutes that have been
passed in countries around the world. An emphasis is placed
on the United States Federal Trade Commission regulations,
and the European Union Directives on Personal Data.
The course will deal with the question of whether
the government may prescribe the selling or transferring
encryption technology abroad, and to what extent governments
can us cryptographic means to hack into our personal computers.
In the employment context, we will look at what are
the acceptable acts of employers in their attempts to protect
trade secrets and company data files and servers.
is conducted using the Internet WWW as well as, and most
importantly, value added databases may be available, such
US and foreign materials; Tax Treaties
US and foreign materials; especially the country by
country tax materials
International databases jurisdiction by jurisdiction,
and its global treatises
UK and international materials, especially Commonwealth/Caribbean
especially Canadian and Commonwealth/Caribbean case
especially the treatises that explain planning techniques
by topics, such as estate planning, for jurisdictions
US and foreign materials
Analysts, especially its superior tax treaty database,
foreign law and global tax update magazines
Law Publishers - all foreign statues in English
and PhD thesis and dissertation databases
tax research using databases such as Hein and CCH
other databases that we subscribe to for you (see the
external links in the classroom for details).
the student should use the electronic book libraries and
research the titles available.
Online Course Requirements for AAFM Financial Board Certification:
Chartered Wealth Manager - Take LLM 131, and LLM200
Chartered Trust & Estate Planner - Take: LLM111 and
Chartered Portfolio Manager - Take LLM 222
Chartered Risk Manager - Take LLM106 and 110
- Chartered Asset Manager - Take LLM 104 and LLM 105
- Chartered Market Analyst - Take LLM 333 (Must of Masters
Degree, JD or CPA)
- Registered Financial Specialist - LLM 101 and LLM 102