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"US intelligence chief: we might use the internet of things to spy on you," by Spencer Ackerman and Sam Thielman, The Guardian, February 9, 2016.

"Ten weeks of public camera surveillance not a search, 6th Circuit rules," by Orin Kerr, Volokh Conspiracy, February 8, 2016.

"A Lawsuit Could Rein In the Government’s Use of Secret Surveillance Tools," by Rebecca McCray, TakePart, February 7, 2016.

"Congress Starts to Get Serious About Online Privacy," by The Editorial Board, New York Times, February 6, 2016.

"Prosecutors Argue Cell Site Location Data Is Something Every User Shares With 'The Rest Of The World'," by Tim Cushing, Techdirt, February 5, 2016.

"The British want to come to America — with wiretap orders and search warrants," by Ellen Nakashima and Andrea Peterson, Washington Post, February 4, 2016.

"Blog: I’m a Muslim, not a terrorist. So why did the NYPD spy on me for years?," by Mohammad Elshinawy, Washington Post, February 4, 2016.

"Blog: Fourth Amendment Protections for Emails Inch Forward in Congress," by Scott Shackford, Reason, February 4, 2016.

"How Do Americans Weigh Privacy Versus National Security?," by Lauren Cassani Davis, The Atlantic, February 3, 2016.

"Police Needed Warrant to Cross Suspect's Threshold, Circuit Says," by Mark Hamblett, New York Law Journal, February 1, 2016.

"New Technologies Give Government Ample Means to Track Suspects, Study Finds," by David E. Sanger, New York Times, January 31, 2016.

"Warrantless stingray case finally arrives before federal appellate judges," by Cyrus Farivar, Ars Technica, January 29, 2016.

"Senate panel advances key privacy bill as deadline looms," by Katie Bo Williams, The Hill, January 28, 2016.

"An Unprecedented Threat to Privacy," by Conor Friedersdorf, The Atlantic, January 27, 2016.

"DOJ Lawyer Who Exposed Bush-Era Surveillance Faces Ethics Charges," by Zoe Tillman, National Law Journal, January 26, 2016.

"Conn. Court to Consider Whether Felons Can Be Forced to Give DNA Samples," by Christian Nolan, Connecticut Law Tribune, January 26, 2016.

"Texts sent by cop posing as dead woman can be used at man's trial," by Amanda Marrazzo, Chicago Tribune, January 21, 2016.

"Milwaukee aldermen OK $5 million settlement of strip search lawsuits," by Mary Spicuzza and Ashley Luthern, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, January 19, 2016.

"Court Points Out The Fourth Amendment Still Protects Public School Students From Illegal Searches," by Tim Cushing, Techdirt, January 19, 2016.

"Lawmakers weigh expanding DNA collection," by Laura Leslie, WRAL, January 14, 2016.

"The Dragnet," by Russell Brandom, The Verge, January 13, 2016.

"Raleigh man sues Garner police for allegedly searching his home illegally," by Jonathan M. Alexander, News & Observer, January 12, 2016.

"Why the ‘wet tea leaves’ drug raid was outrageous," by Radley Balko, The Watch, January 11, 2016.

"Bill requiring warrant for drone surveillance heads to Christie's desk," by S.P. Sullivan, The Star-Ledger, January 11, 2016.

"The new way police are surveilling you: Calculating your threat ‘score’," by Justin Jouvenal, Washington Post, January 10, 2016.

"The yellow star, the scarlet letter and ‘International Megan’s Law’," by David Post, Washington Post, January 6, 2016.

"Ruling expected in case involving texts to dead woman's alleged dealer," by Amanda Marrazzo, Chicago Tribune, January 4, 2016.

"The Cybersecurity Argument For And Against Device Encryption," NPR, December 26, 2015.

"No ‘Seizure' Until Driver Obeyed Cop's Command," by Lance J. Rogers, Criminal Law Reporter, December 22, 2015.

"Tech companies are slamming a proposed UK terrorism law. Here’s why.," by Brian Fung, Washington Post, December 21, 2015.

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