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Remote Courts and the consequences of ending ‘practical obscurity’

A report from a US privacy advocacy group – the Surveillance Technology Oversight Project or STOP – picks up on some of the concerns Katherine Alteneder expressed in an interview published earlier this week. This is the issue of the balance between the conflicting demands of open justice and  privacy. Practical Obscurity: an odd but … Continue reading Remote Courts and the consequences of ending ‘practical obscurity’