Privacy

The FBI and Apple Redux

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Feb 27th, 2020

The Crossfire Hurricane Report’s Inconvenient Findings

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Dec 11th, 2019

How to Address Newly Revealed Abuses of Section 702 Surveillance

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Oct 18th, 2019

A Fourth Amendment Framework for Voiceprint Database Searches

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Oct 17th, 2019

The FISA Court’s 702 Opinions, Part I: A History of Non-Compliance Repeats Itself

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Oct 15th, 2019

When Constitutional Law and Government Hacking Collide: A Landmark U.K. Ruling Is Relevant on Both Sides of the Pond

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Jun 19th, 2019

The Snowden Effect, Six Years On

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Jun 6th, 2019

Split Over Compelled Decryption Deepens With Massachusetts Case

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Apr 30th, 2019

CBP’s New Social Media Surveillance: A Threat to Free Speech and Privacy

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Apr 26th, 2019

Norms Watch: Damage to Democracy and Rule of Law in March 2019

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Apr 5th, 2019

Fulfilling the Promise of the USA Freedom Act: Time to Truly End Bulk Collection of Americans’ Calling Records

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Mar 28th, 2019

The Seven Step Program for Fighting Disinformation

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Feb 28th, 2019

Digital Journalism and the New Public Square – Or’ Emet Lecture

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Nov 13th, 2018

On Big Brother Watch v. U.K.: The Future of Surveillance at Two Europe-Wide Courts

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Oct 15th, 2018

New U.K. Law Fails European Court Standards on Mass Interception Disclosed by Snowden

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Sep 27th, 2018

Security Clearance Records, FOIA, and Privacy: What Went Wrong for Abigail Spanberger

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Aug 31st, 2018

A U.S. GDPR? Not Even Close  

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Aug 20th, 2018

Low-Hanging Fruit: Responding to the Digital Evidence Challenge in Law Enforcement

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Jul 25th, 2018

Launch Event – Low-Hanging Fruit: Evidence Based Solutions to the Digital Evidence Challenge

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Jul 24th, 2018

Carpenter Ruling Brings Us Back From Brink of Orwellian Surveillance State

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Jun 28th, 2018

The Broad Reach of Carpenter v. United States

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Jun 27th, 2018

Exigent Circumstances: iOS 12’s USB Restricted Mode and Warrantless iPhone Access

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Jun 22nd, 2018

Dangerous Drone Bill Emerges from Senate Committee

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Jun 19th, 2018

What If Police Use ‘Rekognition’ Without Telling Defendants?

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Jun 5th, 2018

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