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Technology and Privacy

Professor John Nockleby

Monday, November 25, 2002 (Class 1)

Milton R. Konvitz, Privacy and the Law: A Philosophical Prelude

31 Law & Contemp. Probs. 272, 272-76 (1966) (cb3)

Monday, December 9, 2002 (Class 2)

Warren & Brandeis, The Right to Privacy

[4 Harv. L. Rev. 193] 1890 Harvard Law Review (cb29)

Restatement Definitions of Common Law Privacy Actions

[Restatement (Second) of Torts  652B] (cb61)

Whalen v. Roe

[429 U.S. 589] 1977 United States Supreme Court (cb66)

Katz v. United States

[389 U.S. 347] 1967 United States Supreme Court (cb90)


Friday, December 13, 2002 (Class 3)

Katz v. United States

(continued)

[389 U.S. 347] 1967 United States Supreme Court (cb90)

Kyllo v. United States

[533 U.S. 27] 2001 United States Supreme Court (cb99)

United States v. White

[401 U.S. 745] 1971 United States Supreme Court (cb107)

Smith v. Maryland

[442 U.S. 735] 1979 United States Supreme Court (cb112)

United States v. Miller

[425 U.S. 435] 1976 United States Supreme Court (cb137)

York v. Story

[324 F.2d 450] 1963 9th Circuit Court of Appeals (cb144)

Megan's Law


Monday, December 16, 2002 (Class 4)

Ferguson v. City of Charleston

[532 U.S. 67] 2001 United States Supreme Court (cb186)

Borse v. Pierce Goods Shop, Inc.

[963 F.2d 611] 1992 3d Circuit Court of Appeals (cb196)


Monday, January 6, 2003 (Class 5)

Electronic Communications Privacy Act

Steve Jackson Games v. United States Secret Service

[36 F.3d 457] 1994 5th Circuit Court of Appeals (cb329)

Patriot Act

One Party Consent Exception

United States v. Phillips

[540 F.2d 319] 1976 8th Circuit Court of Appeals (cb370)

Minimization Requirement


Friday, January 10, 2003 (Class 6)

Albright v. United States

[631 F.2d 915] 1980 DC Circut (cb468)

Fair Credit Reporting Act

Right to Financial Privacy Act of 1978

Video Privacy Protection Act

Gramm-Leach-Bliley


Monday, January 13, 2003 (Class 7)

Common Law Privacy Torts

    1. Intrusion
    2. Solitude on seclusion
    3. Intrusion must be highly offensive to reasonable person

Hamberger v. Eastman

[206 A.2d 239] 1964 New Hampshire Supreme Court (cb539)

Nader v. General Motors Corporation

[255 N.U.2d 765] 1970 New York Supreme Court (cb546)

Dieteman v. Time, Inc.

[449 F.2d 445] 1971 9th Circuit Court of Appeals (cb563)

Food Lion, Inc. v. Capital Cities/ABC

[194 F.3d 505] 1999 4th Circuit Court of Appeals (cb576)


Monday, February 3, 2003 (Class 9)


Monday, February 10, 2003 (Class 10)



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