Category Archives: privacy

A world without privacy 2

Rebecca Tushnet, The Yes Men and the Women Men Don’t See I begin with a claim that is likely to be demoralizing, but also reveals some interesting features of privacy: In practice, Americans and many other Westerners care more about … Continue reading

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A World Without Privacy?

A World Without Privacy? What Can/Should Law Do? University of Alabama School of Law Dr. Austin Sarat Justice Hugo L. Black Visiting Senior Faculty Scholar, The University of Alabama School of Law and William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Jurisprudence and … Continue reading

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A song about big data

Vienna Teng’s Hymn of Acxiom (bonus trademark question included). leave your life open. you don’t have to hide. someone is gathering every crumb you drop, these (mindless decisions and) moments you long forgot. keep them all. … is that wrong?isn’t … Continue reading

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Teaching children to see like a state

My second-grade son came home with the following schoolwork last week: “Numbers that Name You: There are lots of numbers that label, count, measure, or order information just about you. For example, you have a birthday and an address. Do … Continue reading

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Georgetown Law Journal technology symposium, Nov. 8

The Georgetown Law Journal cordially invites you to its Volume 102 Symposium, “Law in an Age of Disruptive Technology”Featuring a Keynote Address by Professor Neal Katyal and panels on: 3-D Printing Chaired by Professors Deven Desai and Gerard Magliocca Driverless … Continue reading

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