NSA v. Silicon Valley: Litigating and Protecting Privacy Rights in the Modern Data Era
We tweet our thoughts, check in and update our statuses, search for and access information, and share our photos in an instant. On social networks, email, and other internet services, we are ever more connected. How much privacy can we expect for those communications? What do we expect of the companies that facilitate our online worlds? How have those expectations and obligations changed over the last year, as we continue to learn about government access to internet, cellphone and other data? And how do those changes implicate our litigation and discovery strategies and advice?