Cellphone Privacy Laws: Big Brother’s in Your Pocket

If the U.S. Supreme Court’s previous term was like canned pork and beans, then the upcoming term will be like a Kobe beef steak. This upcoming term, in other words, is full of blockbuster cases. One such case is Carpenter v. United States, which addresses whether acquiring a person’s cell-site location information (CSLI) without a [...]

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After Charlottesville, Reconsider the First Amendment

Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. — a champion of free speech but a racially conservative Supreme Court justice — believed the First Amendment created a marketplace for the “free trade in ideas.” It’s the hallmark of our Constitution, and it affords everyone the right to profess their beliefs and make contributions to our constitutional marketplace. That [...]

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