940 CMR 27 Safeguard of Personal Information
Court rules and orders
Supreme Judicial Court Order Regarding the Protection of Personal Information. This Order governs the security and confidentiality of personal information as defined by c. 93H in the Judicial Branch.
Polay v McMahon, 468 Mass 379 (2014)
Neighbor pointing video camera at another neighbor’s property may be an intrusion of privacy.
Impoundment Procedures in the Massachusetts Appellate Courts: An Introduction, Mass. Appeals Court, 2012
A guide to impoundment procedures including a general overview of governing authorities and some practical tips.
Impoundment Sources: List of Authorities Designating Material as Impounded, Confidential, or Not Available for Public Inspection, Mass. Appeals Court, June 2015.
"The following list is an overview of the material that a statute, court rule, or standing order designates must be withheld as “impounded,” “withheld from public inspection,” “not available for public inspection,” “confidential,” “segregated,” or “sealed.”"
Privacy and Security, Federal Trade Commission
Includes links to a wide variety of financial privacy sources, including the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act
Security cameras vs. right of privacy, Goldman and Pease.
Discusses privacy issues with security cameras in a condo building.
Data security and privacy in Massachusetts, 3rd ed., MCLE 2021.
Massachusetts Superior Court civil practice jury instructions, 3rd ed., MCLE, loose-leaf. Chapter 7, Invasion of privacy.
Summary of basic law, (Mass Practice v.14D) Thomson Reuters, 2014 with supplement. Chapter 16 Torts; IX. Dignatory Torts; A. Invasion of Privacy
The author gives an excellent discussion of the topic with multiple citations to cases.
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