Nonprofit that defends digital privacy. Website includes information on cell tracking, locational privacy, pen trap, surveillance technologies, and more.
- Cell Tracking – Considers whether the government can use cell phone records to track the physical location of a suspect without first obtaining a warrant based on probable cause.
- Printers – Discusses the practice of color laser printer manufacturers encoding of identifying information on each page printed by the machine. Explores the privacy implications of this practice.
- Revised Opinion in Privacy Case Blurs Clear Limits to Digital Search and Seizure – Discusses a 2010 Ninth Circuit case dealing with proper procedure for electronic searches.