Confusion in the House: Misunderstanding Spying Law, and Inverting the Lessons of 9/11

September 13, 2012.

Credit Where It’s Due: DOJ Changes Its Tune on FISA Transparency

September 13, 2012.

The Government Commission on Acceptable Satire

September 12, 2012.

Testing “The Most Transparent Administration in History”

September 10, 2012.

Class and the Fourth Amendment

September 10, 2012.

What the Manual by DOJ’s Top Intelligence Lawyer Says About the FISA Amendments Act

August 21, 2012.

NYPD Program Spied on Muslims for Six Years, Generated No Leads

August 21, 2012.

The Historical Strangeness of the ‘Targeting Argument’ for NSA Wiretapping

August 20, 2012.

Did Broadband Deregulation Upend NSA Wiretapping?

August 15, 2012.

Skinning the Fourth Amendment: The Sixth Circuit’s Awful GPS Tracking Decision

August 15, 2012.

TSA Profiling, Security Theater, and the Fourth Amendment

August 13, 2012.

Illegally Wiretapped? Sorry, the Courts Won’t Help You.

August 10, 2012.

What We Can and Can’t Know About NSA Spying: A Reply to Prof. Cordero

July 31, 2012.

Talking about ‘Trade-offs’ between Liberty and Security Begs the Question

July 26, 2012.

NSA Surveillance Violated Constitution, Secret FISA Court Found

July 23, 2012.

When FDA Imitates NSA

July 19, 2012.

Our Wiretap Data Is Getting Worse

July 11, 2012.

How Shall I Wiretap Thee? Let Me Count the Ways

July 11, 2012.

The Case of the Missing Wiretaps: Is Congress Getting Bad Information?

July 9, 2012.

Government Surveillance of Cell Users: 1.3 Million Annual Requests and Rising

July 9, 2012.

Three Lessons from the Increasingly Irrelevant Annual Wiretap Report

July 3, 2012.

Misleading Congress on Surveillance History (and Why It Matters)

July 2, 2012.

The ADA and the Internet

June 29, 2012.

The NSA Spying Numbers We Can’t See

June 28, 2012.

Secret Cell Phone Tracking in the Sunshine State

June 26, 2012.