Mark Kleiman says,
Last year U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia gave a public speech questioning the need for more privacy protections.
This year a Fordham University law professor teaching a course on privacy gave his class the project of turning up publicly available information on Scalia.
The fifteen-page dossier completely flipped Scalia out.
"It seems that Professor Reidenberg successfully created an active learning environment where his students took control and learned the subject in a way they will not soon forget."Above the Law.
If you are interested in following this story, including a discussion of privacy and ethical considerations, here is a link to a blog which provides further detail.
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