Nov. 24, 2017
When the Fourth Amendment Fails
Alex Abdo (Knight First Amendment Institute) says the Fourth Amendment can't adequately protect essential freedoms imperiled by modern government surveillance, and explains why SCOTUS should adopt a First Amendment framework in surveillance cases like 'Carpenter v. U.S.' Plus, David Luban (Georgetown Law; Just Security) describes how a Guantanamo Bay prosecution saw the (brief) detention of a Marine general lawyer after the general raised ethics concerns.
Senior Staff Attorney, Knight First Amendment Institute
Professor, Georgetown Law
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