Law Students Collect Personal Info on Justice Scalia

What began as law school class exercise in privacy has led an apparently upset Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia to criticize a law professor for giving a lesson in how "what is legal may also be quite irresponsible." Joel Reidenberg, a Fordham University law school professor, assigned a group project to students in his information privacy law course: Find any publicly available information on the notoriously private Scalia and compile it into a "dossier." The class came up with 15 pages...Full Story
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