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  • 1. Information Privacy Law Group Report Outline Brian Rowe Seattle University Law 2011
  • 2. OutlineTable of ContentsExecutive SummaryCompany IntroStake HoldersIssue Section Relevance of issues Suggestions ReasoningSource citesAppendix if needed
  • 3. Executive SummaryLess then 2 pagesSimple to readCovers all the basic of the reportIf this is the only part someone reads they should get themain ideas of the report
  • 4. Company / NPO Intro1 page or lessShort background on company historyMust including legal/ethical battles relevant to yourreportMust include any relevant corporate commitments orvalue statements related to privacy
  • 5. Stake holdersIdentify relevant stake holdersUsersUsers in need of accommodationsUsers w/ privacy concernsRights holder (patent, copyright, TM, Right of Publicity)Stock HolderFind the people who are least well off under the currentpolicies
  • 6. Issues2 to 3 in depth areasPossible Issues include privacy torts, ToS / EULA,Privacy Policies, data protection, FOIA, or other issuesmentioned in class.issues not covered in class are also acceptable ifapproved in advance
  • 7. Issues StructureRelevance of Issues: what is the problemSuggestions: recommendations for improving policiesReasoning - the pitch on why the company shouldchange policies to your suggestionlegal reasons and policy reasons are acceptable
  • 8. ImagesThe report must include at least two visual aids. These anbe icons, graphs, info graphics or any other relevantimages.
  • 9. Length Format15 to 20 pages of textDouble spacedTime New Roman or similar sized font1 inch marginsNote: cites and Appendix do not count in length
  • 10. SourcesEnd citesAPA, or Blue BookAt least 20 sources
  • 11. Online SourcesAuthor’s Last Name, First Name. (Year, Month Day ofPublication). Name of Article. Name of Publication.Retrieved on Date, from URLPlease include a additional URL to a permanent link if theURL is likely to change (internet archive copy / EFF archiveof TOS or other archived source)
  • 12. Turn In Format1 Digital copy in a printable PDF1 Digital copy in original format2 Printed copiesContent in printed copies should be identical to digitalcopies.
  • 13. Grading 70 pointsExecutive Summary: 5Company Intro: 5Stake Holders: 5Issue Section: 40 Relevance of issues 1/ 4 Suggestions 1/4 Applicalble Legal Understanding 1/4 Reasoning 1/4Source Cites 5General appearance 5Relevant Images or info graphics 5Individual grades will be modified by group member evaluationof team contributions

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