Posts Tagged 'Jeffrey Rosen'

Guest column: What is our constitutional right to privacy?

Guest column: What is our constitutional right to privacy?

Imagine that the government decided to announce a new security program — call it Open Planet. Under the program, tiny cameras mounted on drones would roam through the skies, with the capacity to follow any citizen from door to door 24 hours a day, broadcasting his or her movements on the Internet. Imagine that the government used the Open Planet to follow you without a judicial warrant and then recorded and posted on YouTube the footage of every step you take in public, 24 hours a day, for a month.

Rosen examines Constitution’s place in today’s privacy debate

Rosen examines Constitution’s place in today’s privacy debate

Jeffrey Rosen works in constitutional heaven. The CEO and president of the National Constitution Center lives out what he called his life’s passion, discussing and moderating dialogue on modern constitutional arguments. Rosen will speak at 10:45 a.m. today in the Amphitheater, beginning this week’s morning lecture series on “The Ethics of Privacy.”