The Internet as a Dark Alley: Privacy, Patriot Act and Posterity


This commentary from Daniel Greenwood, Professor of Law at University of Utah discusses the University's attempt to institutionalize

countervailing pressure to support the countervailing value: preserving liberty by preserving a space free of easy monitoring. Specifically, it seeks to reduce the number of records that could be used for improper or repressive witch hunts.

Greenwood discusses the need to back up computer data without the data being widely available for harvesting and scrutiny. The rest here at the Salt Lake Tribune.