Wikileaks, Twitter, and Our Outdated Electronic Surveillance Laws

January 10, 2011.

Good News and Bad on PATRIOT Reform

December 13, 2010.

Wikileaks and ‘Economies of Repression’

December 10, 2010.

To Track or Not to Track? That’s Actually Not the Question.

December 6, 2010.

More Net Neutrality Violations That Aren’t

November 11, 2010.

The Phantom Menaces in the ACLU’s Case for Net Neutrality

October 26, 2010.

Privacy and the Common Good

October 15, 2010.

Power Corrupts (Now With Science!)

October 7, 2010.

Designing an Insecure Internet

September 27, 2010.

Speech, Privacy, and Government Infiltration

September 22, 2010.

And Of Course They Won’t, No Not Until The Next Time

September 21, 2010.

Phone Numbers, E-Mail Addresses, and Metaphor Wars

September 20, 2010.

Is the Fourth Amendment Really About ‘Privacy’?

September 13, 2010.

A Surveillance State Coda

September 10, 2010.

Net Neutrality and Unintended Consequences

August 18, 2010.

GPS Tracking and a ‘Mosaic Theory’ of Government Searches

August 11, 2010.

The Washington Post Looks at “Top Secret America”

July 19, 2010.

You Can Laugh All You Want To, But I’ve Got My Philosophy

July 14, 2010.

Obama, Civil Liberties, & the Left

June 29, 2010.

Collecting Dots and Connecting Dots

May 19, 2010.

The Wall Street Journal’s Surveillance Fantasies

May 13, 2010.

Did Kagan Have a “Disparate Impact” on Military Recruiters?

May 13, 2010.

FISA Applications Are Down, but Is Surveillance?

May 11, 2010.

The ‘What Reasonable Doubt?’ Act of 2010

May 6, 2010.

Citizen Shahzad

May 5, 2010.