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Stanford Law Review’s Privacy Symposium

The Stanford Law Review has an interesting series of articles on privacy in its most recent edition:

A Reasonableness Approach to Searches After the Jones GPS Tracking Case by Peter Swire
In the oral argument this fall in United States v. Jones, several Supreme Court Justices struggled with the government’s view that it can place Global Positioning System (GPS) tracking devices on cars without a warrant or other Fourth Amendment limit.… More