Limits on the Private Sector after US v Jones
Three great articles by Robert Gellman on location privacy, on First Amendment & Fourth Amendment issues in the US Supreme Court’s GPS Tracking case (US v. Jones), and on the complexities of legislating privacy after US v Jones — in the Communia Blog of the Woodrow Wilson Center‘s Commons Lab.
- Legislating Privacy after US v Jones: Can Congress Limit Government Use of New Surveillance Technologies?
- Nader, Onassis, and Jones: Privacy in Public and Limits on the Private Sector
- Location Privacy: Is Privacy in Public a Contradiction in Terms?
Robert Gellman, JD is a privacy and information policy consultant in Washington, D.C. He served for 17 years on the staff of a subcommittee in the House of Representatives. He can be reached at bob [at] bobgellman. [dot] com or visit his website at http://www.bobgellman.com/.
- Legislating Privacy After US v Jones (geodatapolicy.wordpress.com)
- Supreme Court Relies on Kerr’s Theory of Fourth Amendment and Property (geodatapolicy.wordpress.com)
- Supreme Court GPS Tracking Case: Round-up and Resources (geodatapolicy.wordpress.com)
- Supreme Court Ruled on GPS Tracking Case, Backs Privacy Rights (geodatapolicy.wordpress.com)
- GPS Surveillance: A Crossroads for the Fourth Amendment (geodatapolicy.wordpress.com)
- Supremes to Congress: Bring privacy law into 21st century (news.cnet.com)