Congress and Supreme Court Face Tough Tests on Privacy and Security

The line between security and privacy is difficult to draw. However, it must be drawn and regularly redrawn as circumstances and the world change. At the same time, overdrawing the line, or drawing it in a vacuum, can cause the delicate balance to tip in a way that undermines both privacy and security.

In their article for The Hill, Eversheds Sutherland Partner Michael Bahar and Associate Curtis Arnold discuss similar, momentum questions Congress and the Supreme Court face this fall, namely whether Americans, by speaking or even just carrying their phones, give up some measure of their personal privacy for the sake of common security.

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