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September 11, 2014

Symposium papers on "NSA Surveillance: Security, Privacy, and Civil Liberty"

Though not focused on core sentencing issues, a new set of symposium papers published in a great law journal at Ohio State may be of interest to many blog.  The Summer 2014 issue of I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society is the result of a symposium on “NSA Surveillance: Security, Privacy, and Civil Liberty.”  Here is a listing of the impressive group of papers that are all available at this link:

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I think that this would be an excellent symposium, if it didn't result in the same old dog and pony show. I feel that.... wait a minute, there are some men in black suits knocking on my door. I'll be back shortl,,,.

Posted by: albeed | Sep 16, 2014 5:16:20 PM

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