Does the Government Have a Right to Know What You Support?

Can freedom of association exist without confidentiality? That question hung over a federal courtroom in California in March, where the state tried to compel a charitable foundation to disclose the names of its donors — even the officially anonymous ones. The courtroom exchanges were heated, with the judge sometimes being “openly hostile” to the state’s […]

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The Spy in Your Pocket

Does the government need a search warrant to know where you’ve been? Not if your cell phone provider knows. If you don’t like how that sounds, there may be ways to change it. Take the case of Quartavious Davis, a Florida man convicted of robbing at gunpoint a pizzeria, a gas station, a drugstore, an […]

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