Andrews on Internet Surveillance and Elections
How have social networks and other online technologies changed the way we do politics? In her latest blog post, Professor Lori Andrews comments on the use of online-tracking techniques by presidential campaigns to acquire voter data and to use that data in campaign advertising strategies. Such actions, says Andrews, encroach on our fundamental right to privacy online. Instead, she calls for a "do-not-track list, like the do-not-call one, in order to protect us from prying eyes on the Web."
Read the full post here.
Professor Andrews directs the Institute for Science, Law and Technology at Chicago-Kent and writes on the topic of privacy and technology for both popular and academic audiences. Read more on her website (The Social Network Constitution), SSRN, and Bepress.