Computers, Privacy & the Constitution

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YinHuangFirstPaper 11 Jan 2013 - 21:48 IanSullivan
By YinHuang 23 Feb 2012 Surveillance has quietly undergone a dramatic change. Thanks to the technological developments of the past half century, governments can ...
YukoKawaiFirstPaper 14 Jan 2015 - 22:44 IanSullivan
Dead Men Floating through Internet Introduction Generally, people are represented in society through everything we do, everyone we've known, everywhere we've left ...
YukoKawaiSecondPaper 14 Jan 2015 - 22:44 IanSullivan
Online election campaign in Japan Introduction A revision to the Japanese Public Offices Election Act ( #8220;POEA #8221;) to allow online election campaigning was ...
YulingHuFirstPaper 14 Jan 2015 - 22:44 IanSullivan
The New Personal Data Protection Act in Taiwan Overview Taiwan's new Personal Data Protection Act ("PDPA") became effective on October 1, 2012. Being called "the ...
YulingHuSecondPaper 14 Jan 2015 - 22:44 IanSullivan
Real Name Policy: An End to Free Speech? In the U.S., real name policies have become important tools used by both Facebook and Google to create a "real world" environment ...
YuwenHuangFirstPaper 14 Jan 2015 - 22:44 IanSullivan
YuwenHuang 04 Mar 2013 Recently, Google revealed the transparency report which shows information about requests from government s or courts around the world to hand ...
YuwenHuangSecondPaper 12 May 2013 - 19:25 EbenMoglen
About 3 months ago, Aaron Swartz, a 27 year old computer hacker committed suicide. Before his death, he was indicted on 13 felony counts of wire fraud and violations ...
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