Posts for September, 2010

Q&A: How Do You Define ‘Privacy Harm’?

September 7, 2010

Ryan Calo, a senior research fellow at the Center for Internet & Society, is interviewed by Jennifer Valentino-DeVries of the Wall Street Journal Digits Blog about issues of “privacy harm” and topics included in his forthcoming paper, “The Boundaries of Privacy Harm“: In debates about online privacy, one question always [...]

Stem Cell Madness: Judge Lamberth’s Opinion and Order Enjoining hESC Research

September 7, 2010

I was shocked when I learned that Judge Royce Lamberth had enjoined the NIH embryonic stem cell research program. As a lawyer, I was even more shocked when I read the opinion, which seems to me, when considered solely as a legal matter, clearly wrong. This very long blog post [...]