Computers, Privacy & the Constitution

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RahulWadwaFirstPaper 26 Jun 2015 - 20:22 MarkDrake
Aadhaar : Digital India's Shaky Foundation By RahulWadwa 06 Mar 2015 Introduction #8220;Digital India #8221; is the Indian government #8217;s attempt to smooth ...
RahulWadwaSecondPaper 26 Jul 2015 - 20:54 EbenMoglen
Feeling Safe When Your Health Is at Risk By RahulWadwa 15 Jul 2015 Introduction Thanks to the Internet and the widespread use of smartphones, most of us are ...
RamShchoryFirstPaper 26 Jun 2015 - 20:23 MarkDrake
Informed Consent to the Use of Private Data By RamShchory The Problem #8211; Softwares #8217; Privacy Policies Do Not Actually Provide Either Notice or Choice ...
RamShchorySecondPaper 29 Jun 2015 - 15:33 MarkDrake
Evolving Listening #8211; Israeli Case Study By RamShchory 01 May 2015 Concepts of privacy in general, and particularly of state listening have #8211; to use ...
RasheedAhmedFirstPaper 26 Jun 2016 - 20:39 EbenMoglen
Privacy vs. National Security By RasheedAhmed 24 Apr 2016 Should Americans relinquish a portion of their privacy rights in exchange for greater security? This ...
RazaPanjwaniFirstPaper 17 May 2010 - 16:35 RazaPanjwani
Are today's news organizations sustainable on their current revenue models if you cut the cost of physical printing and distribution? I think the answer is that it ...
RazaPanjwaniSecondPaper 17 May 2010 - 16:28 RazaPanjwani
On Publishers A simple proposition: digitization of a media form changes everything. This is less a proposition about digitization itself then about the fall of ...
RethinkingSurveillance 14 Jan 2015 - 22:35 IanSullivan
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp dyn/content/article/2008/02/10/AR2008021002128.html?wpisrc newsletter Rethinking Surveillance Monday, February 11, 2008; D03 Video ...
RichardGazonFirstPaper 26 Jun 2015 - 20:23 MarkDrake
Municipal Wi Fi: Dangers in Monitoring Municipal Wi Fi has long been discussed as the next convenience coming to a city near you. Major cities such as San ...
RichardGazonSecondPaper 29 Jun 2015 - 15:33 MarkDrake
It is strongly recommended that you include your outline in the body of your essay by using the outline as section titles. The headings below are there to remind ...
RichardZemskyFirstPaper 11 Jan 2013 - 21:48 IanSullivan
Can the Law Save Us? The Search for Protection from Government Collection of Online Data By RichardZemsky 25 Apr 2012 We live in the digital age. It means technology ...
RickSchwartzFirstPaper 05 Jan 2010 - 22:31 IanSullivan
What's Left of Privacy v.2 Introduction Discarding the style to save the substance seems entirely warranted. Though I myself am not sure what my "usual project" ...
RickSchwartzOtherIdeas 05 Jan 2010 - 21:55 IanSullivan
I've moved this conversation here in order to preserve the wiki paper labeling system when I changed my topic for the second paper. RickSchwartz 25 Apr 2009 Undermining ...
RickSchwartzSecondPaper 05 Jan 2010 - 22:33 IanSullivan
Note: I know this paper is somewhat misplaced within the wiki, but there's no folder for second papers yet. Also, I moved the conversation that was previously occurring ...
RicoJedrzejczykFirstPaper 11 May 2010 - 23:26 EbenMoglen
Reporters #8217; privilege and personal data held by third party service providers #8211; a brief consideration of The New York Times v. Gonzales The government ...
RicoJedrzejczykSecondPaper 11 May 2010 - 23:52 EbenMoglen
Exposing the tip of the iceberg #8211; Google begins tracking government data requests Fresh from its very public fistfight with the Chinese Communist Party, Google ...
RobertGluntFirstPaper 23 Jan 2009 - 16:05 IanSullivan
RobertGlunt 10 Apr 2008 Large private companies are compiling databases of information about Americans without their knowledge or consent. Over the last several ...
RobertGluntSecondPaper 23 Jan 2009 - 16:04 IanSullivan
RobertGlunt 06 May 2008 A Web 2.0 Lament In college I was fairly heavily involved in parliamentary debate. It did wonderful things to my thinking, terrible things ...
RobertWatkinsFirstPaper 23 Jan 2009 - 16:04 IanSullivan
RobertW 25 Mar 2008 Word Count: 976 O #8217;Harrow #8217;s and similar works have taught us that we are quickly losing hope in maintaining privacy of our personal ...
RobertWatkinsSecondPaper 23 Jan 2009 - 16:03 IanSullivan
RobertW 28 Apr 2008 The Worn Out Unwelcomeness of Advertisement 989 Words Many believe advertisement bombardment in media will grow to a point at which ...
RobertWatkins_FirstPaper 14 Jan 2015 - 22:44 IanSullivan
RobertW 25 Mar 2008 Word Count: 976 O #8217;Harrow #8217;s and similar works have taught us that we are quickly losing hope in maintaining privacy of our personal ...
RobertWatkins_SecondPaper 14 Jan 2015 - 22:44 IanSullivan
RobertW 28 Apr 2008 The Worn Out Unwelcomeness of Advertisement 989 Words Many believe advertisement bombardment in media will grow to a point at which ...
RohanGreyFirstPaper 14 Jan 2015 - 22:44 IanSullivan
Children and Freedom Introduction: The False Hope of the Open Society When I was in school, the common refrain of my and other progressive friends' parents was ...
RohanGreySecondPaper 14 Jan 2015 - 22:44 IanSullivan
Shipbuilding 101 Wanting to Learn is Not Enough Having cut my educator's teeth directing infants fingers to hold xylophone mallets and cover recorder holes, I wasn ...
RonMazorFirstPaper 11 Jan 2013 - 21:48 IanSullivan
Wikileaks and the First Amendment By RonMazor 01 May 2012 Wikileaks as Journalism One could paint Wikileaks as an irresponsible peddler of secret gossip. Yet ...
RoyMoranFirstPaper 11 Jan 2013 - 21:48 IanSullivan
De Democratization in Innovation's Clothing Introduction The Internet is eliminating our ability to live anonymously. Google is attempting to perfect its ability ...
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