Secrecy Is Delegation of Power

September 9, 2013.

Will the Administration Make a Run at Transparency?

August 29, 2013.

The Defense of NSA Spying that Wasn’t

August 23, 2013.

If You Think Smith v. Maryland Permits Mass Surveillance, You Haven’t Read Smith v. Maryland

August 20, 2013.

Do Not Walk, California—Run from EDLs

August 16, 2013.

NSA Spying in the Courts

August 14, 2013.

The Data Says Open-Ended Spending Bills Are Common

August 12, 2013.

Idaho Cooperates with Homeland Security on National ID

July 19, 2013.

Surprised by the Latest Privacy Invasion? Don’t Be

July 17, 2013.

Congress Spends Your Tax Dollars on a National ID

June 26, 2013.

NSA Spying, NSA Lying, and Where the Fourth Amendment Is Going

June 25, 2013.

Cato Comments on TSA Body Scanners

June 22, 2013.

Hacking for Liberty

June 20, 2013.

Using Metadata to Find Paul Revere

June 13, 2013.

In Its Bubble of Secrecy, the National Security Bureaucracy Redefined Privacy for Its Own Purposes

June 10, 2013.

Your Congress, Your NSA Spying

June 6, 2013.

How Identification Is Overused and Misunderstood

June 3, 2013.

Cato’s “Deepbills” Project Advances Government Transparency

May 21, 2013.

President Obama’s New E.O.: Open Data, Not Government Transparency

May 9, 2013.

Libertarians Shouldn’t Want Perfect Security—Reply to Professor Epstein

May 9, 2013.

Civil Liberties After Boston—My Take

May 2, 2013.

If the Senate Will Lie About This…

May 2, 2013.

Good, Market-Based Privacy Advocacy

May 1, 2013.

House, Senate Pass Different Bills: To Become Law Anyway?

April 29, 2013.

The Path to National Identification

April 24, 2013.