Mar 222011
 
 March 22, 2011  Surveillance

Orin Kerr writes:

The Virginia Law Review in Brief has posted a response from Professor Paul Ohm to my recent article, Ex Ante Regulation of Computer Search and Seizure. Professor Ohm’s response — very much disagreeing with my argument — is here: Massive Hard Drives, General Warrants, and the Power of Magistrate Judges. I’m sticking to my ground for the reasons explained in the original article, but I did want to point out Ohm’s response for those interested in the subject.

You can read any replies to Orin’s post on The Volokh Conspiracy. And although I’ve learned to expect such honorable conduct from him, kudos to Orin for pointing people to views that disagree with his own.

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