"N.S.A. Gets More Latitude to Share Intercepted Communications," by Charlie Savage, The New York Times, January 12, 2017.
"DNA Upon Arrest: Solving Cold Cases or Presuming Guilt?," by Rebecca Beitsch, The Pew Char, January 12, 2017.
"The Geek Squad and the Fourth Amendment," by Orin Kerr, 'The Volokh Conspiracy' Blog, January 11, 2017.
"DEA must end its informant program now," by Editorial Board, Orange County Register, January 10, 2017.
"With Rise of Body Cameras, New Tests of Transparency and Trust," by Brent McDonald and Hillary Bachelder, The New York Times, January 6, 2017.
"Best Buy Geek Squad Informant Use Has FBI on Defense in Child-Porn Case," by R. Scott Moxley, OC Weekly, January 4, 2016.
"Opinion: Why Trump must save the government's privacy board," by Adam Klein, POLITICO, January 4, 2017.
"It’s begun: Internet providers are pushing to repeal Obama-era privacy rules," by Brian Fung, The Washington Post, January 4, 2017.
"Anti-surveillance clothing aims to hide wearers from facial recognition," by Alex Hern, The Guardian, January 4, 2017.
"Smart Technology: The Stalker In Your Pocket," by 1A, WAMU, January 4, 2017.
"Cyberwar for Sale," by Mattathias Schwartz, The New York Times Magazine, January 4, 2017.
"Five hot issues for the CIA confirmation hearings," by Katie Bo Williams, The Hill, January 1, 2016.
"Will Technology Change the Interpretation of the Fourth Amendment?," by Leonard Deutchman, The Legal Intelligencer, December 29, 2016.
"Electronic GPS Tracking and the Fourth Amendment," by Martin Flumenbaum and Brad S. Karp, New York Law Journal, December 27, 2016.
"Blog: Report on warrantless surveillance shows Congress must update privacy laws," by Rep. Blake Farenthold (R-TX), The Hill, December 23, 2016.
"Yahoo email scan shows U.S. spy push to recast constitutional privacy," by Joseph Menn, Reuters, December 21, 2016.
"This Doll May Be Recording What Children Say, Privacy Groups Charge," by Brian Naylor, NPR, December 20, 2016.
"Congressman Proposes National Surveillance Program After Trump Meeting," by Matt Apuzzo, Maggie Haberman, and Thomas Kaplan, The New York Times, December 16, 2016.
"State Court Tells Cops Obtaining Consent Not Enough To Fix Suspicionless Vehicle Search," by Tim Cushing, Techdirt, December 12, 2016.
"Law Enforcement Uses Border Search Exception as Fourth Amendment Loophole," by Sophia Cope, Electronic Frontier Foundation, December 8, 2016.
"The Boston police department wants to get into the social media surveillance game," by Steven Hale, The Watch, December 5, 2016.
"Criminal Defense Lawyers Poring Over Cases of ADA Suspecting of Improper Wiretaps," by Andrew Denney, New York Law Journal, December 5, 2016.
"9th Circuit upholds warrantless email surveillance of person in the U.S. communicating with foreigners abroad when the foreigners are the ‘targets’," by Orin Kerr, The Volokh Conspiracy, December 5, 2016.
"Police Body Cams Spark Concerns About Privacy, Mass Surveillance," by Catherine Chapman, NBC News, December 4, 2016.
"Predictive policing violates more than it protects: Column," by William Isaac and Kristian Lum, USA TODAY, December 2, 2016.
"Obscure legal change expands government hacking powers," by Aliya Sternstein, The Christian Science Monitor, December 2, 2016.
"FBI Can Now Hack Computer Virus Victims, Suspects Located Anywhere With 1 Warrant," by Steven Nelson, U.S. News & World Report, December 1, 2016.
"Judges Have More Power In Granting Warrants To Hack Digital Devices," by David Welna, NPR, December 1, 2016.
"FBI, NSA, CIA Poised to Gain increased Surveillance Powers Under Trump," by Chris Strohm, Bloomberg News, November 30, 2016.
"The FBI Hacked Over 8,000 Computers In 120 Countries Based on One Warrant," by Joseph Cox, Motherboard, November 22, 2016.