Eleventh Circuit Tightens
TransUnion's Standing Requiremnents for Statutory Harms.
Vol. 136 No. 2
This Article argues that content moderation should instead be understood as a project of mass speech administration and that looking past a post-by-post evaluation of platform decisionmaking reveals a complex and dynamic system that needs a more proactive and continuous form of governance than the vehicle of individual error correction allows.
Seventh Circuit Holds Long-Term, Warrantless Video Surveillance is Not an Illegal Search
Vol. 135 No. 3
Fourth Circuit Holds Warrantless Access of Aerial Surveillance Data Unconstitutional
Vol. 135 No. 3
Vol. 134 No. 7
Introduction: If You Build It, They Will Come For months, Zachary McCoy tracked the distance of his bike rides around his neighborhood in Gainesville,...
Supreme Court of New Jersey Holds that Compelled Disclosure of Defendant’s iPhone Passcodes Does Not Violate the Self-Incrimination Clause.
Vol. 134 No. 6
Vol. 134 No. 5
Equal protection doctrine is bound up in conceptions of intent. Unintended harms from well-meaning persons are, quite simply, nonactionable. This basic predicate has erected...
Ninth Circuit Limits the Scope of Warrantless Cell Phone Searches at the Border.
Vol. 133 No. 4
[I]n or about December, 1910, human character changed. — Virginia Woolf It was an age of innovation and a time of dispossession. By sweeping...
Vol. 133 No. 2
The concept of “information fiduciaries” has surged to the forefront of debates on online-platform regulation. Developed by Professor Jack Balkin, the concept is meant...