CR-CL Podcast – Episode 9 – Jail Strip Searches, Online Privacy, and the Right to Be Forgotten

CR-CL Podcast LogoNoah and Matt are joined in the studio this week by HarvardCRCL.org Technology and Privacy blogger Andrew Mamo.  The show begins with our weekly news round-up, This Week in Civil Rights and Civil Liberties.

Matt fills us in on the recent Supreme Court decision in Florence v. Board of Freeholders and the potential impact of a blanket rule allowing strip searches for jail intake even for minor offenses.  Andrew discusses the recent concern over Google’s unified privacy policy, the Consumer Online Privacy Bill of Rights, and efforts in Europe to establish a right to be forgotten.

Some links related to the topics discussed on this week’s show:

SCOTUSblog case page for Florence v. Board of Freeholders of Burlington County

Professor Noah Feldman responding to Florence at BloombergView

FTC Chairman Jon Leibowitz in the Washington Post

FTC Report on Protection Consumer Online Privacy

The Atlantic on Online Tracking

Andrew Mamo of this blog on the Right to Be Forgotten 

Andrew Mamo on the Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights

From the news round-up: Emily Bazelon on the commutation of the sentence of Shirley Ree Smith

Please email questions, comments, corrections, or suggestions to CRCLonline@gmail.com.  Thanks for downloading, and enjoy the show!

Episode 9 – Jail Strip Searches, Online Privacy, and the Right to Be Forgotten

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