These laws are not the answer

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These laws are not the answer

Jennifer Granick is not one to beat around the bush. She believes that as technology progresses, the laws that protect us should progress with it – and, so far, they have not. She tells Marcia Savage what needs to be done

Sitting in her basement office at Stanford Law School, where she is executive director of the school's Center for Internet and Society, cyberlaw expert Jennifer Granick ponders various efforts to legislate computer security and privacy – and pronounces them failures. "They've almost all been ...

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