Vol. 75, Issue 1, Winter 2008

In Memoriam: David P. Currie (1936-2007)

Gerhard Casper Larry Kramer
Richard A. Epstein Saul Levmore
David Gossett George A. Ranney
Herma Hill Kay Geoffrey A. Stone
Edmund W. Kitch Martha Swisher

Demisesquicentennial

Foreword

Kenneth Karst's Equality as a Central Principle in the First Amendment
Geoffrey R. Stone

Symposium: Surveillance

Dredging up the Past: Lifelogging, Memory, and Surveillance
Anita L. Allen

Private Decisionmaking in Administrative Agencies
Kenneth A. Bamberger & Deirdre K. Mulligan

Choice or Consequences: Protecting Privacy in Commercial Information
J. Howard Beales, III & Timothy J. Muris

The Memory Gap in Surveillance Law
Patricia L. Bellia

Privacy, Visibility, Transparency, and Exposure
Julie E. Cohen

Cybersecurity in the Payment Card Industry
Richard A. Epstein & Thomas P. Brown

Updating the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act
Orin S. Kerr

Privacy, Surveillance, and Law
Richard A. Posner

Data Mining and Internet Profiling: Emerging Regulatory and Technological Approaches
Ira S. Rubinstein, Ronald D. Lee, & Paul M. Schwartz

Reviving Telecommunications Surveillance Law
Paul M. Schwartz

Government Data Mining and the Fourth Amendment
Christopher Slobogin

Privacy versus Antidiscrimination
Lior Jacob Strahilevitz

Article

The Reconstruction Congress
David P. Currie

Comments

Reducing Fraud against the Government: Using FOIA Disclosures in Qui Tam Litigation
Eric M. Fraser

Big Boys and Chinese Walls
Daniel Sullivan

Book Review

Economics as Context for Contract Law
George S. Geis
A Review of "Framing Contract Law: An Economic Perspective," by Victor Goldberg