Copyright (c) 2004 Cumberland Law Review Cumberland Law Review 2004 / 2005 35 Cumb. L. Rev. 639 LENGTH: 14846 words COMMENT: PRIVACY IN THE GOVERNMENT WORKPLACE: EMPLOYEES' FOURTH AMENDMENT AND STATUTORY RIGHTS TO PRIVACY NAME: Rachel Sweeney Green SUMM
Syllabus Pols 190: Senior Seminar Privacy, Technology and Society Professor Ken Nuger Fall, 2008 Office: BT455 Phone: 924.5346, email: [email protected] Office Hours: 8:15-8:45,10:30-noon T and Th, 5:15-5:45 p.m. T and by appointment
Copyright (c) 2007 California Law Review California Law Review February, 2007 95 Calif. L. Rev. 199 LENGTH: 17070 words ESSAY: Discretionless Policing: Technology and the Fourth Amendment NAME: Elizabeth E. Joh+ BIO: Copyright 2007 California Law Review,
1 Research paper topic ideas Here is a list starting of who has chosen what topic. When a topic is taken, it can't be repeated by someone else. We can talk about the logic of attacking the same topic from different points of view so if you wish to write o
Copyright (c) 2007 Florida Law Review Florida Law Review January, 2007 59 Fla. L. Rev. 1 LENGTH: 35028 words ARTICLE: CLOUDS, CAMERAS, AND COMPUTERS: THE FIRST AMENDMENT AND NETWORKED PUBLIC PLACES
NAME: Timothy Zick* BIO: * Associate Professor of Law,
Your name_ Paper's author_ As your read each paper, please comment on the following points: What do you believe the paper's thesis, main point or argument is?
After reading the paper, do you agree or disagree with the paper's main point? Why?
1 Research paper topic ideas Here is a list of who has chosen what topic. Please note how I do footnotes.1 1. Mariam is writing on the evolution of privacy and the constitution. 2. Rob is writing a critique related to privacy, perhaps more specifically on
Copyright (c) 2006 Northwestern University School of Law Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business Fall, 2006 27 NW. J. INT'L L. & BUS. 171 LENGTH: 14973 words Comment: Falling Short of the Mark: The United States Response to the European Union
Copyright (c) 2006 Loyola University New Orleans School of Law Loyola Journal of Public Interest Law Fall, 2006 8 Loy. J. Pub. Int. L. 45 LENGTH: 15851 words COMMENT: ABORTION AND PHYSICIAN-ASSISTED SUICIDE: IS THERE A CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO BOTH? NAME:
Copyright (c) 2006 The Ohio State University I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society Spring / Summer, 2006 2 ISJLP 409 LENGTH: 29193 words OTHER RESEARCH: No Direction Home: Will The Law Keep Pace With Human Tracking Technology to P
Copyright (c) 2003 West Virginia Law Review West Virginia Law Review Spring, 2003 105 W. Va L. Rev. 621 LENGTH: 16666 words ARTICLE: THE REHNQUIST COURT AND THE DEVOLUTION OF THE RIGHT TO PRIVACY NAME: Scott P. Johnson* Robert M. Alexander* BIO: * Assista
Copyright (c) 2006 by Orange County Bar Association Orange County Lawyer May, 2006 48 Orange County Lawyer 18 FEATURE: EMPLOYEE PRIVACY IN THE HIGH-TECH WORLD By Michael Baroni Michael Baroni is General Counsel and Secretary for BSH Home Appliances Corpor
Copyright (c) 2007 Northwestern University, School of Law Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology Winter, 2007 97 J. Crim. L. & Criminology 531 LENGTH: 16700 words SYMPOSIUM: TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE AND THE EVOLUTION OF CRIMINAL LAW: WHY 2007 IS NOT LIKE 198
Key to reading Privacy, Information and Technology 1. Before even starting the book, recognize the goal of the seminar is to have you become intellectually curious about how technology affects your privacy and how the government and business use technolog