Babak Siavoshy writes:
One of the more interesting cases slated for review by the Supreme Court next term is Spokeo v. Robins (here’s a WSJ blog post with an outline of some of the issues). First things first: several regular and guest contributors to this blog have written a ‘friend of the court’ brief in the case. You can find that brief here; scotusblog has the dozens of other briefs supporting one side or the other.
While I’m planning to write more about the case’s substantive legal issues (which concern Article III standing), this post will be dedicated to the small bit of silliness outlined in the title. Namely, what will the justices’ reactions be when they look themselves up on Spokeo’s service, and find results that may strike them as a bit… revealing?
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