Tag Archives: public privacy

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