"Police surveillance: The US city that beat Big Brother," by Brian Wheeler, BBC, September 29, 2016.
"Opinion: Librarians Stand Again Against FBI Overreach," by Peter Chase, Barbara Bailey, Jan Nocek, and George Christian, Hartford Courant, September 28, 2016.
"Government ‘hacking’ and the Playpen search warrant," by Orin Kerr, 'The Volokh Conspiracy' Blog, September 27, 2016.
"This judge just released 200 secret government surveillance requests," by Spencer S. Hsu, The Washington Post, September 23, 2016.
"Should privacy legislation influence how courts interpret the Fourth Amendment?," by Orin Kerr, 'The Volokh Conspiracy' Blog, September 14, 2016.
"Opinion: The Feds Will Soon Be Able to Legally Hack Almost Anyone," by Sen. Ron Wyden, Matt Blaze, and Susan Landau, WIRED, September 14, 2016.
"Watched: A Post and Courier Investigation," by Glenn Smith and Andrew Knapp, The Post and Courier, September 13, 2016.
"Long-Secret Stingray Manuals Detail How Police Can Spy on Phones," by Sam Biddle, The Intercept, September 12, 2016.
"Federal Judge Rules FBI Can’t Hack Someone’s Computer Without Warrant," by Laura Wagner, Slate, September 12, 2016.
"DNA Dragnet: In Some Cities, Police Go From Stop-and-Frisk to Stop-and-Spit," by Lauren Kirchner, ProPublica, September 12, 2016.
"How Baltimore Became America’s Laboratory for Spy Tech," by Lily Hay Newman, WIRED, September 4, 2016.
"How Spy Tech Firms Let Governments See Everything on a Smartphone," by Nicole Perlroth, The New York Times, September 2, 2016.
"Supreme Court Review of Fourth Amendment Questions Sought in Hard Drive Retention Case," by Mark Hamblett, New York Law Journal, September 1, 2016.
"An innocent black man was punched, Tasered and arrested by police officers. A jury awarded him $18.," by Kristine Guerra, The Washington Post, August 31, 2016.
"For nine years, DEA withholds names of masked agents who violently raided two innocent women. Federal court shrugs.," by Radley Balko, 'The Watch' Blog, August 30, 2016.
"GPS-Based Device Doesn't Violate Privacy Rights of Cab Drivers," by Andrew Denney, New York Law Journal, August 29, 2016.
"Sheriff’s Raid to Find Blogger Who Criticized Him Was Unconstitutional, Court Rules," by Naomi LaChance, The Intercept, August 26, 2016.
"Opinion: No more secret surveillance on Baltimore citizens," by David Walsh-Little, The Baltimore Sun, August 24, 2016.
"Does the Fourth Amendment allow arrest warrants for civil offenses?," by Orin Kerr, 'The Volokh Conspiracy' Blog, August 24, 2016.
"Third Circuit Rules Prisoner Body Cavity Searches Excessive and Unconstitutional," by Tom McParland, Delaware Law Weekly, August 19, 2016.
"Civil liberties groups ask FCC to probe Baltimore police use of cellphone tracking devices," by Ellen Nakashima, The Washington Post, August 16, 2016.
"Column: Unreasonable police searches are unconstitutional — and common," by Steve Chapman, Chicago Tribune, August 12, 2016.
"Court: Feds must get warrant to search e-mail, even if cops find child porn," by Cyrus Farivar, Ars Technica, August 9, 2016.
"Judge criticizes secrecy rules surrounding FBI requests for companies’ data," by Ellen Nakashima, The Washington Post, August 5, 2016.
"Third-Party Consent Not Enough for Home Search, Court Says," by Michael Booth, New Jersey Law Journal, August 3, 2016.
"'Predictive policing' isn't in science fiction, it's in Sacramento," by Jessica Mendoza, The Christian Science Monitor, August 2, 2016.
"Court Holds Police Had Right to Ping Suspect’s Cellphone Without Warrant," by Joe Palazzolo, The Wall Street Journal, August 1, 2016.
"Breyer: Courthouse Bugs Violate Fourth Amendment," by Ross Todd, The Recorder, August 1, 2016.
"Dozens of Lawyers Across the US Fight the FBI's Mass Hacking Campaign," by Joseph Cox, Motherboard, July 27, 2016.
"New York City Policing Reform, Derailed," by The Editorial Board, The New York Times, July 25, 2016.