Let’s enforce the Constitution over mere legislative acts
‘the Porsche in Ferris Bueller’
Major decision for digital privacy will follow
SCOTUS returns for marquee stretch of the term
The Constitution transcends time and technological change, but some sinister players are pretending otherwise.
A decision could reshape privacy law
Because so much cloud data storage is overseas, privacy advocates should be concerned.
DOJ releases secret GPS tracking document to two House officials
The 2nd & 4th Amendments, Stop-And-Frisk, What A Lawyer Can Tell You About Open Carry
‘One of the greatest threats to American liberty today’
Tim Wu coined the phrase ‘net neutrality.’ Now, he gets to police it.
Texas Agency Subpoenas Patient Records Without Prior Judicial OK.
‘There needs to be some sort of check and balance’
To call the selling of this bill false advertising is being generous. It’s more like selling out the rest of America to protect special interests.
The agency argues they don’t need the authority to search without a warrant because they already are.
Hope you’re not hiding anything
Chief Norm Jacobs should think about going after criminals first – not gun owners
‘People want to be secure in knowing that if they text each other that the government isn’t going to be snooping’
‘I cannot imagine a more ‘indiscriminate’ and ‘arbitrary invasion”