Privacy

Snoopy, Snoopier, Snoopiest
A tip sheet for the scandals
June 18, 2013

How should you feel about the latest invasions of privacy? We asked Jeffrey Rosen to give us a tip sheet for the scandals.

Getting Over It
June 17, 2013

Just last Friday, walking down the street, I saw a handmade sign above a dumpster warning passersby not to deposit their trash there. "Smile. You're on camera," said the sign.

PRISM: Scary Program, Unlikely Logo
What the NSA owes Pink Floyd
June 13, 2013

Someone at the National Security Agency is apparently a Pink Floyd fan.

Our Distorted "National Debate" Over Surveillance
June 12, 2013

Back in the mid-'80s, this country engaged in a tortuous debate over aid to Nicaragua’s Contras.

A Damning Dissent: Scalia's Smartest, Wittiest Ruling of All Time
Justice Antonin Scalia was at his finest in criticizing the Court over its approval of DNA swabs
June 04, 2013

Justice Antonin Scalia was at his finest in criticizing the Court over its approval of DNA swabs.

The Right to Evade Regulation
How corporations hijacked the First Amendment
June 03, 2013

How big business hijacked the First Amendment.

The Delete Squad
Google, Twitter, Facebook and the new global battle over the future of free speech
April 29, 2013

Right now the rules of what you can—and can't—say on the internet are being rewritten by twenty-something tech executives. Cross your fingers.

The Very Private Jill Kelley
From Petraeus pen pal to constitutional crusader
January 27, 2013

America's most famous Tampa socialite holds forth about privacy, the media, and her many important friends.

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