Using Technology to Deepen Democracy, Using Democracy to Ensure Technology Benefits Us All
Tuesday, February 11, 2014
It is a great mistake to formulate privacy more via the Fourth Amendment right to security of persons, houses and effects from unreasonable search than via the First Amendment right to free expression, assembly, and petition of grievances. Privacy is ineradicable from publicity, security from assembly. For more of why I say so, read through the comments elaborating my Twitter Privacy Treatise or, angels and ministers of grace defend you, try my dissertation on the subject (some of which, I suppose, doesn't entirely mortify me).