The Aspen Institute
- How the U.S. Supreme Court approaches questions involving privacy and technology
- Translating the 4th Amendment into a new technological age: United States v. Jones
- Digital Privacy: “Third Party Doctrine”, Smith v. Maryland, Riley v. California, People v. Schutter.
- DNA Surveillance and Maryland v. King
- NSA Surveillance: Klayman v Obama, Smith v. Maryland
- U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy on civil liberties and privacy
- U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on civil liberties and privacy
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy in conversation with Elliot Gerson of the Aspen Institute.. Created by Aspen Institute.
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- Why does U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy say that the government always wants to control the destiny of its citizens? (Surely there are nanny states, but there are night-watchman states where governments are not so intrusive, right? And isn't the US government broadly speaking more similar to night-watchman states than nanny states?)(2 votes)