Jennifer Stisa GranickÂ (director of civil liberties at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society) and Christopher Jon SprigmanÂ (professor at the University of Virginia School of Law) make a point in their NYTimes Op-Ed, “The Criminal N.S.A.“, Â that I have not seen from many others:Â “It’s time to call the N.S.A.’s mass surveillance programs what they are:…
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I’m going to keep this short, no more than 250 500 1000 words ((including quotes and footnotes)).
As you all know by now, there was an attempt to blow up another airplane. Although it was initially reported someone lighting off firecrackers, it…
…continued from A Man’s House is His Castle: Arguments Against Fourth Amendment Limitations.
It is the recommendation of this author that rights established in the Fourth Amendment be interpreted broadly. While this author recognizes…
…continued from A Man’s House is His Castle: Statement of Question and Arguments Favoring Fourth Amendment Limitations.
Arguments Against Fourth Amendment Limitations
The necessities for Fourth Amendment protection extend over half a millenn…
…continued from A Man’s House is His Castle: Interpretation of the Fourth Amendment.
Statement of Question
Thus, the stage is set. In light of recent global developments, specifically the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and the ensu…
…continued from A Man’s House is His Castle: Historic Development.
Interpretation of the Fourth Amendment
The Fourth Amendment has been in place for over 200 years. In that time, America and the world have changed drastically. Nations have l…
…continued from A Man’s House is His Castle: Introduction.
After the United States Constitution was ratified in 1788, a series of amendments were proposed and passed. The fourth of these amendments reads as follows:
I’ve spent the last several weeks working a paper for my Constitutional Law and Civil Rights class. I now present you with the fruits of my labor, presented as multipart serial. Today will be the title page, abstract, introduction, and works cited…