Category Archives: Third Party Doctrine

WaPo: The Supreme Court’s privacy case shows Congress needs to draw new lines

WaPo: The Supreme Court’s privacy case shows Congress needs to draw new lines:

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The Hill: SCOTUS justices are ready to tackle privacy rights in the digital age

The Hill: SCOTUS justices are ready to tackle privacy rights in the digital age by Alan Butler: This case will not be decided in a vacuum, and it appears that the justices appreciate both the magnitude of the moment and … Continue reading

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WaPo: ‘The Volokh Conspiracy’ Blog: Thoughts on property and positive law after the Carpenter oral argument

WaPo: ‘The Volokh Conspiracy’ Blog: Thoughts on property and positive law after the Carpenter oral argument by Will Baude:

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Law and Liberty: The Original Meaning and the Carpenter Case: “Their Papers”

Law and Liberty: The Original Meaning and the Carpenter Case: “Their Papers” by Mike Rappaport:

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SCOTUSBlog: Wednesday round-up [Carpenter]

SCOTUSBlog: Wednesday round-up by Edith Rogers:

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NYTimes: How a Radio Shack Robbery Could Spur a New Era in Digital Privacy

NYTimes: How a Radio Shack Robbery Could Spur a New Era in Digital Privacy by Adam Liptak It could also seal the fate of our lack of right to privacy in information unless Congress acts. Considering all the FISA posturing … Continue reading

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WaPo (Opinion): The Supreme Court’s privacy precedent is outdated

WaPo (Opinion): The Supreme Court’s privacy precedent is outdated by Stephen H. Sachs: (Stephen H. Sachs was Maryland attorney general from 1979 to 1987.)

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Wired: Supreme Court’s Cell Phone Tracking Case Could Hurt Privacy

Wired: Supreme Court’s Cell Phone Tracking Case Could Hurt Privacy by Nick Sibilla

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Fortune: How the Justice Department’s Facebook Subpoenas Threaten Free Speech

Fortune: How the Justice Department’s Facebook Subpoenas Threaten Free Speech by Aziz Hug: In recent months, the U.S. Justice Department has issued subpoenas against Facebook and web host DreamHost for records of thousands, perhaps millions, of citizens who expressed interest … Continue reading

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techdirt: Three Energy Bills Look To Increase Fourth Amendment Protections For Americans

techdirt: Three Energy Bills Look To Increase Fourth Amendment Protections For Americans by Tim Cushing:

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