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Title Constitution 3.0 : freedom and technological change / Jeffrey Rosen, Benjamin Wittes, editors

Imprint Washington, D.C. : Brookings Institution Press, c2011


 GENERAL COLLECTION  KF4550 .C569 2011    DUE 03-20-15
Call # KF4550 .C569 2011
Phys. Description viii, 271 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Introduction: technological change and the constitutional future / Jeffrey Rosen -- Is the Fourth Amendment relevant in a technological age? / Christopher Slobogin -- Use restrictions and the future of surveillance law / Orin S. Kerr -- Cyberthreat, government network operations, and the Fourth Amendment / Jack Goldsmith -- The deciders : Facebook, Google, and the future of privacy and free speech / Jeffrey Rosen -- Is filtering censorship? : the second free speech tradition / Tim Wu -- A mutual aid treaty for the Internet / Jonathan Zittrain -- Neuroscience and the future of personhood and responsibility / Stephen J. Morse -- Cognitive neuroscience and the future of punishment / O. Carter Snead -- Reproductive rights and reproductive technology in 2030 / John A. Robertson -- The problems and possibilities of modern genetics : a paradigm for social, ethical, and political analysis / Eric Cohen and Robert P. George -- Endowed by their creator? : the future of constitutional personhood / James Boyle -- Innovation's darker future: biosecurity, technologies of mass empowerment, and the Constitution / Benjamin Wittes -- Epilogue: translating and transforming the future / Lawrence Lessig
Subject Constitutional law -- United States
Technology and law -- United States
Civil rights -- United States
Information technology -- Law and legislation -- United States
Freedom of expression -- United States
Privacy, Right of -- United States
Alt Author Rosen, Jeffrey, 1964-
Wittes, Benjamin
Alt Title Constitution three point zero
ISBN 9780815722120 (hardback : acid-free paper)
0815722125 (hardback : acid-free paper)

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