Crazy weather here. Nearly got fried on Sunday. Getting stuck out on a paddleboard as a lightening storm rolls in is pretty terrifying eh. Nothing you can do but paddle like mad for shore and have faith. It’s warm though, and I’m loving some long paddles. If this is hard for you to understand check out this picture and you might get it. Pure magic.
Here’s what I’ve read lately that may be of interest.
- Joel Stashenko, “Split Panel Affirms Warrantless Use of GPS Device.” About a very interesting search and seizure case from New York. Questions whether police can lawfully track a vehicle by means of a battery operated GPS device without a warrant. Have not tracked down and read the case. (Law.com)
- Peter Winn, “The Guilty Eye: Unauthorized Access, Trespass and Privacy.” This is an academic article I came across while browsing the SSRN. Mr. Winn, from the University of Washington School of Law, argues that the trespass doctrine is suitable to protect access to information stored on computer systems. Very interesting and very relevant.
- Darby Dickerson, “Lessons in Collaboration: Learning from the Post-Virginia Tech Task Force Reports.” An inspirational essay geared to student affairs administrators by Ms. Dickinson, who’s Vice President and Dean at Stetson University College of Law.