A Right to Go Dark (?)

By David C. Gray Abstract In 2013, reports based on documents leaked by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden revealed committed efforts by federal agencies to develop and deploy data surveillance technologies. These revelations documented the...

Antidiscriminatory Privacy

By Ignacio N. Cofone Abstract Law often blocks sensitive personal information to prevent discrimination. It does so, however, without a theory or framework to determine when doing so is warranted. As a result, these measures produce mixed results. This article offers...

Reining in Internet-Age Expansion of Exemption 7(C): Towards a Tort Law Approach for Ferreting out Legitimate Privacy Concerns and Unwarranted Intrusions Under FOIA

By Clay Calvert, Austin Vining, and Sebastian Zarate Abstract Using the July 2016 federal appellate court decision in Detroit Free Press, Inc. v. U.S. Department of Justice as an analytical springboard, this article explores the expansion of Freedom of Information Act...