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Justice Stevens: Data Collection ‘Price We Pay’

Retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens weighed in on the government’s storing of telephone metadata, calling it the price society pays, during the 53rd Henry J. Miller Distinguished Lecture at Georgia State University College of Law on April 16.

Justice Stevens, who retired in 2010, says the government’s practice of collecting, storing and… more »

Georgia Abortion Bill Violates Privacy Rights

ATLANTA—A bill filed last week in Georgia that would make it a felony to solicit or coerce a woman to have an abortion based on the race, color or sex of a fetus or parent violates the First Amendment rights of clinics as well as women’s rights to privacy, according to Georgia State University College of Law Professor more »

 
Georgia State Law’s Paul Lombardo is on a panel for Intersections of Genetics and Society at North Carolina State University today.... via @GeorgiaStateLaw 3 hours ago