Category Archives: Privacy

Revisiting Smith v. Maryland, the Case that Allowed the Bulk Collection of America’s Phone Calls

by Matthew L. Schafer Setting the Scene On March 5, 1976, just a few months before the nation’s bicentennial, Michael Lee Smith robbed Patricia McDonough, and, as a result, he would fundamentally alter the Constitution of the nearly 200 year … Continue reading

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United States and Europe: Still an Ocean Apart When It Comes to Privacy Concerns

by Matthew L. Schafer Keg stands; beer bongs; just bad judgment in general is out there for everyone to see. ¬†Indeed, your information has found a home in the digital cloud – on Twitter and Facebook; Flickr and Youtube.¬† For … Continue reading

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