This spring, the students of an elective course on internet privacy at Fordham Law School experienced a number of fascinating "teaching moments" during an assignment meant to demonstrate how much personal information is floating around online, reports the Seattle Times. The assignment from the class's professor, Joel Reidenberg, was, admittedly, a bit provocative: create a dossier about Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia from what can be found on the internet. Why Scalia? Well, the class had been discussing his recent dismissive comments about internet privacy concerns at a conference. His summation, as reported by the Associated Press: "Every single datum...

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