Professor Woodrow Hartzog
“I call obscurity ‘pretty good privacy.’ There are a lot of things that fall into the category of what we think is OK to be public because we feel nobody will find it,” said Prof. Hartzog in the July 19 Los Angeles Times article, “Should CalPERS post pensioners’ financial data online?”
“It’s not entirely clear what the culpability of each of these actors are in many contexts, or if they should equally be held liable,” said Prof. Hartzog in The New York Times Bits blog. His quote appeared Aug. 27 in the article “‘Revenge Porn’ Could Be Criminal Offense in California.”
Professor William Ross
On Aug. 14, Prof. Ross spoke at Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School. The topic he covered was “Constitutional Issues Involving the Controversy Over American Membership in the League of Nations, 1918-1920.” This is the subject of his recent article in The Journal of American Legal History.