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"Opinion: Facial recognition will soon be everywhere. Are we prepared?," by Dylan Curran, The Guardian, May 21, 2019.

"Bipartisan group of lawmakers seeks restraints on export of surveillance tools," by Ellen Nakashima, Washington Post, May 20, 2019.

"Commentary: Parking Space 'Chalking' Case Raises Questions on Fourth Amendment Jurisprudence," by Law Journal Editorial Board , May 19, 2019.

"Facial Recognition: Dawn of Dystopia, or Just the New Fingerprint?," by Julie Bosman and Serge F. Kovaleski, New York Times, May 18, 2019.

"Federal Court Says Warrants Are Needed To Grab GPS Data From Third-Party Tracking Services," by Tim Cushing, TechDirt, May 17, 2019.

"Experts Talk Best Practices For Facial Recognition Technology," by Martin Kaste, NPR, May 17, 2019.

"CTRL+HALT+Defeat: State-Sponsored Surveillance and the Suppression of Dissent," by Julie Bloch, Sukti Dhital, Rashmika Nedungadi and Nikki Reisch, Just Security, May 15, 2019.

"Opinion: Throw Your Laptop Into the Sea, the Surveillance Economy Will Still Win," by Charlie Warzel, New York Times, May 14, 2019.

"San Francisco Bans Facial Recognition Technology," by Kate Conger, Richard Fausset and Serge F. Kovaleski, New York Times, May 14, 2019.

"Police can’t force suspect to use fingerprint to unlock phone, Idaho federal judge rules," by Cynthia Sewell, Idaho Statesman, May 13, 2019.

"California is bringing law and order to big data. It could change the internet in the U.S.," by Cyrus Farivar and David Ingram, NBC News, May 13, 2019.

"How facial recognition became a routine policing tool in America," by Jon Schuppe, NBC News, May 11, 2019.

"Privacy Experts, Senators Demand Investigation of Amazon’s Child Data Collection Practices," by Sam Biddle, The Intercept, May 9, 2019.

"Millions of people uploaded photos to the Ever app. Then the company used them to develop facial recognition tools.," by Olivia Solon and Cyrus Farivar, NBC News, May 9, 2019.

"“The Fourth Amendment Doesn’t Apply Here” — U.S. Border Guards Arrest Arizona Immigrant Rights Volunteer," by Ryan Devereaux, The Intercept, May 9, 2019.

"Strip-Search Case Could Reshape Supreme Court’s Immunity Doctrine," by Tony Mauro, National Law Journal, May 6, 2019.

"Opinion: 7 Simple Ways to Protect Your Digital Privacy," by Thorin Klosowski, New York Times, May 6, 2019.

"Editorial: Border officials can inspect Americans’ bags. But what about their phones?," Washington Post, May 4, 2019.

"White House has signaled it may seek permanent renewal of controversial surveillance power," by Ellen Nakashima, Washington Post, May 1, 2019.

"U.S. customs can seize your laptop or phone without a warrant. Advocates cry foul in court," by Edward C. Baig, USA Today, May 1, 2019.

"NSA says warrantless searches of Americans’ data rose in 2018," by Zack Whittaker, TechCrunch, May 1, 2019.

"Split Over Compelled Decryption Deepens With Massachusetts Case," by Michael Price and Zach Simonetti, Just Security, April 30, 2019.

"Oregon became a testing ground for Amazon’s facial-recognition policing. But what if Rekognition gets it wrong?," by Drew Harwell, Washington Post, April 30, 2019.

"Michigan Supreme Court rules police can't search passengers during stops without consent," by Aris Folley, The Hill, April 30, 2019.

"Opinion: Losing Our Fourth Amendment Data Protection," by Josephine Wolff, New York Times, April 28, 2019.

"CBP’s New Social Media Surveillance: A Threat to Free Speech and Privacy," by Raya Koreh, Just Security, April 26, 2019.

"The NSA says it's time to drop its massive phone-surveillance program," by Rachel England, Engadget, April 25, 2019.

"Police need warrant or ‘exigent circumstances’ to ping cell phones, Supreme Judicial Court rules," by Dan Glaun, Mass Live, April 23, 2019.

"Federal appeals court says tire-chalking by parking enforcement officers is unconstitutional," by Fred Barbash, Washington Post, April 22, 2019.

"FBI’s Facial Recognition Programs Under Fire Over Privacy, Accuracy Concerns," by Jack Corrigan, Nextgov, April 18, 2019.

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