Derek Reinbold // 12/24/17 //
Justice Gorsuch’s limitation of his use of the word ‘privacy’ at the oral argument of Carpenter v. United States may mean a desire to limit substantive due process doctrine in the future, writes Sherry F. Colb at Verdict.
DHS’s costly implementation of facial screening technology at airports is technologically flawed and is a significant escalation in government surveillance, claims a report from Georgetown University researchers. (Ars Technica, NYT)
Use of fear-mongering tactics in the campaign to pass the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Amendments Act demonstrates contempt for Fourth Amendment rights, writes Patrick G. Eddington at Cato.