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Privacy Implications Of Smart Meters, Cheryl Dancey Balough Dec 2010

Privacy Implications Of Smart Meters, Cheryl Dancey Balough

Chicago-Kent Law Review

Many people worry about the erosion of privacy in our society given developments in technology, but that loss of privacy may take a quantum leap as electric "smart meters" make it possible for strangers to know on a real-time basis what is occurring in our houses and apartments. Perhaps the greatest concern is that current laws and regulations do not fully protect us from this unprecedented threat to two of our most basic rights—to be left alone in our own homes and to control personal information. Utility companies across the country are replacing conventional electric meters with smart meters designed …


Neuroscience's New Techniques For Evaluating Future Dangerousness: Are We Returning To Lombroso's Biological Criminality, J. W. Looney Apr 2010

Neuroscience's New Techniques For Evaluating Future Dangerousness: Are We Returning To Lombroso's Biological Criminality, J. W. Looney

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

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