Blog tour and review for The Right To Know by Jacqueline Klosek

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THE RIGHT TO KNOW VIRTUAL BOOK TOUR '09

Join Jacqueline Klosek, author of the legal human rights book, The Right to Know: Your Guide to Using and Defending Freedom of Information Law in the United States (Praeger, June 2009), as she virtually tours the blogosphere in September on her first virtual book tour with Pump Up Your Book Promotion!




Jacqueline Klosek is a Senior Counsel in Business Law Department of Goodwin Procter LLP, where she practices in the Intellectual Property Practice Area. Her practice focuses on advising clients on various issues related to data privacy and security. She also drafts and negotiates various technology agreements and advises on different aspects of the law related to intellectual property and technology.

Jacqueline is a frequent writer and lecturer. Her most recent book is The Right to Know: Your Guide to Using and Defending Freedom of Information Law in the United States. Her prior books include: War on Privacy (Praeger, 2006); The Legal Guide to e-Business (Greenwood Publishing, 2003) and Data Privacy in the Information Age (Greenwood Publishing, 2000).

Jacqueline (along with James R. Silkenat and Jeffrey M. Aresty) is also an editor of the recently released 3rd edition of the ABA Guide to International Business Negotiations: A Comparison of Cross-Cultural Issues and Successful Approaches.

Jacqueline is a Certified Information Privacy Professional, Ms. Klosek is on the Advisory Board for The Privacy Advisor of the International Association of Privacy Professionals , and is the co-chair of the International Working Group of that organization. She is also an active member of American Bar Association, the International Bar Association and the International Association of Young Lawyers.

Jacqueline has been recognized for her professional expertise. In 2004, Ms. Klosek received NJBiz magazine’s “40 Under 40” award, given annually to the top 40 achievers in New Jersey with an established record of leadership who have taken on key decision-making roles at an earlier-than-usual stage in their lives. She was also the recipient of the Telford-Taylor Fellowship in Public International Law.

She is a graduate of the Vrije Universiteit in Brussels (LLM, European and International Law); Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law (JD, Law) and New York University (BA, Psychology)

For more information about the book and author, please visit http://www.jacquelineklosek.com/




The Right to Know is a resource book for citizens seeking to understand, use, and defend their right to know their rights under the freedom of information laws in the United States. It educes practical lessons from dozens of case studies of how the reader can use our freedom of information laws in order to protect the environment, public health and safety and to expose governmental and corporate crime, waste, and corruption.

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THE RIGHT TO KNOW BLOG TOUR '09 will officially begin on September 1 and ends on September 30. You can visit Jacqueline's blog stops at http://www.virtualbooktours.wordpress.com/ in September to find out more about this great book and talented author!

As a special promotion for all our authors, Pump Up Your Book Promotion is giving away a FREE virtual book tour to a published author or a $50 Amazon gift certificate to those not published who comments on our authors' blog stops. More prizes will be announced as they become available.

Review

Make no mistake that this book is a piece of fluff that gives you the basics of this legislation. This book is just the opposite. It gives you all the information that you need to know to understand this law, understand how it works for and against you and how it has changed since 9/11. This is something that I will keep as a reference for a very long time and it's a publication that I will be recommending that others purchase to help them understand this law.

I was honestly overwhelmed at the wealth of information in this book. This was a law that I thought I understood, and I learned quite a bit. To protect ourselves this is information that we all need to have at our fingertips. The best part is that Klosek has broken it down so that it is understandable to the general public.

A big thank you to Klosek for explaining this so we all can be informed and protect our rights!

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