A Digital Fourth Amendment

UC Berkeley law professor Orin Kerr joins David and Sarah to explain how Fourth Amendment jurisprudence applies to a digital age. Do you have an expectation of privacy online? Can terms of services null your right against unreasonable searches and seizures? But first Sarah generously offers David time to rant about certain legal takes surrounding Trump’s most recent indictment. Plus:

-David’s (recent) paintball career

-What is general public use?

-Are pole cameras unconstitutional?

Show notes-

Section 241 and the First Amendment in the Duke Law Journal

Professor Kerr’s profile at Berkeley Law

Professor Kerr’s Twitter profile

Professor Kerr’s writing for The Volokh Conspiracy

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