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New Jersey Appeals Court Holds that Defendant Who Often Shared Cell Phone Number Did Not Have Reasonable Privacy Interest in Cell Phone Number

This post was also written by¬†Frederick Lah. Last week, the New Jersey Appellate Division affirmed¬†a lower court’s decision that a defendant did not have a reasonable privacy interest in his cell phone number. Defendant was a middle school teacher who had a sexual encounter with a student when the student was 13 years old. A … Continue Reading

Some Follow-Up Thoughts on ‘Public Privacy’

This post was also written by John Hines, and Frederick Lah. We wanted to follow up on a previous post we wrote about whether there is such a thing as “public privacy” — the concept that people should be entitled to at least some expectation that their actions, even if done in public, will not … Continue Reading