It is entirely appropriate that we focus on data privacy in the context of sex scandals, and this points to something crucially important for privacy activists. The combination of concern about sexual autonomy and about technologically-enabled surveillance has been a crucial driver in privacy law.
Noah and Matt give their brief reactions to United States v. Alvarez, Miller v. Alabama, Arizona v. United States, and NFIB v. Sebelius. Noah and Matt take a look at Mitt Romney's recently leaked closed-door comments. The discussion turns to the recent protests and violence
Daniel Mandil, Associate General Counsel for Viacom, and Fred von Lohmann, Senior Copyright Counsel for Google, provide two perspectives on how to best balance internet freedom and protection of intellectual property. Mr. Mandil, now at Viacom, was formerly an attorney for the Motion Picture
The question we should be asking now is how to use the multistakeholder framework of the Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights in order to give an effective voice to privacy rights advocates.
Harvard CR-CL is proud to publish the first episode of the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Podcast! In this inaugural episode, Senior Online Editor Noah Kaplan talks with Executive Online Editor Matt Giffin about the recent Supreme Court decision about GPS tracking units, United States v.
Update: If you thought democracies didn't need to answer this question, check out this post on the "Protect Cyberspace as a National Asset Act" introduced in our own Congress. And, Egypt is back online.
With the turmoil in Egypt leading to a near complete shut-down of