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Blog Posts in April, 2010

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  • The Bestest Busiest Lawyer in the World
    The Bestest Busiest Lawyer in the World

    Yeah, if you came here for more about Orin Kerr’s non-response to my articles about his technology neutrality theory, I’m afraid it’s going to be a few days at least before I blog about the Fourth ...

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  • Cat Scratch Fever
    Cat Scratch Fever

    Whilst I’m researching for my next article on why, even if we can’t revive the Fourth Amendment, we shouldn’t put the last few syllables of it through the shredder, I thought I’d write about something ...

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  • What's Wrong With Orin Kerr's
    What's Wrong With Orin Kerr's "Technology Neutrality"?

    My last post laid the foundations for a discussion of Orin Kerr’s latest law review article, “Applying the Fourth Amendment to the Internet: A General Approach” (2010) 62 Stan.L.Rev. 1005. Today’s ...

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  • Orin Kerr's Fourth Amendment & The Internet: Foundations
    Orin Kerr's Fourth Amendment & The Internet: Foundations

    Orin Kerr, of the Volokh Conspiracy — never trust anyone involved in a conspiracy — has just published an article for the Stanford Law Review about the Internet and the Fourth Amendment. The article ...

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  • The Surefire Sales Pitch
    The Surefire Sales Pitch

    Every day — and I mean every day! — I am contacted by Internet sales gurus. I kid you not: they’re more prolific than cockroaches and harder to stop. Whoever thinks cockroaches will be the only things ...

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  • An Arresting Affair
    An Arresting Affair

    Yesterday, I was sitting in court waiting for a case to be called when I became aware that the accused minor in custody was in the process of making an admission to a crime. What caught my attention ...

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